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It was a horrowing march north. Miriam could only force herself to the next stopping place, the next small portion of food, the next icy stream to be crossed. What waits at the end of the trail--besides an Indian quantlet and a life of slavery? --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Could not put it down. Although not as much time as an Indian captive, more about her life preceding captivity. Very good book!Published 20 days ago by mary schwenke
I haven't ccmpleted the book yet, but so far I can say it is well written, and worth reading for anyone interested in the Indian captivity stories during the early founding of our... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Gerald L. Johnson
One of my most favored books since childhod. I love rereading this book time and again.Published 2 months ago by Lucinda S. Canchola
Intriguing story and while I love historical fiction, I hoped for more in this story. Needs some editing.Published 5 months ago by Kelly Ellis Jones
My high school student read this for American History and we both thoroughly enjoyed! Lovely little book.Published 6 months ago by Karri Fohey
This is a well written book of capture and survival in a new world adventure and part of the history of America.Published 7 months ago by Kindle Customer