Bits 'n Pieces
Page 30 - The Wingard Family

"...One of the customs of the plains Indians was that at harvest time
they would have a groundhog roast. One night the wagon train
camped just a little way from where the Indians were going to have this
groundhog feast. One of the boys came up and asked the Wingards if
they would like to go over and watch it -- they went! One old Indian
woman went over and got a roasted groundhog, rubbed it in dirt or
sand to get the hair off, and broke it in two. Without even cleaning it
she gave each of two little boys half of it and they ate it right down,
insides and all. Grandma Wingard went back to the wagon.' (Somewhat
green, I imagine!)..."