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Standing In The Light

author: Osborne, Mary Pope
A Quaker girl's diary reflects her experiences growing up in the Delaware River Valley of Pennsylvania and her capture by Lenape Indians in 1763.
FIC
year: 1998
copies: 109
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 830

The Ransom Of Mercy Carter

author: Cooney, Caroline B
In 1704, in the English settlement of Deerfield, Massachusetts, eleven-year-old Mercy and her family and neighbors are captured by Mohawk Indians and their French allies, and forced to march through bitter cold to French Canada, where some adapt to new lives and some still hope to be ransomed.
FIC
year: 2011
copies: 20
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 730

Captured By Indians

author: Seaver, James E
A biography of Mary Jemison who, at the age of fifteen in 1758, was taken from her family by the Shawnee Indians and subsequently adopted by two Seneca sisters.
920
year: 1995
copies: 11
call number/section: 920
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Trouble's Daughter

author: Kirkpatrick, Katherine
When her family is massacred by Lenape Indians in 1643, nine-year-old Susanna, daughter of Anne Hutchinson, is captured and raised as a Lenape.
FIC
year: 2000
copies: 14
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 750

Enemy In The Fort

author: Buckey, Sarah Masters
In 1754, with her own parents taken captive, twelve-year-old Rebecca must confront her fear and hatred of the Abenaki when a boy raised by members of that tribe is brought to the fort at Charleston, New Hampshire, just before a series of thefts occurs.
FIC
year: 2001
copies: 20
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 620

The White

author: Larsen, Deborah
In 1758, at the age of sixteen, Mary Jemison is taken by a Shawnee raiding party and gradually becomes integrated into her new family and culture.
FIC
year: 2002
copies: 5
call number/section: FIC
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Daniel Boone's Great Escape

author: Spradlin, Michael P
Tells the story of frontiersman Daniel Boone's capture in 1778 by Shawnee warriors who adopted him into the tribe where he remained until, fearing for the safety of his family and friends, he staged a daring escape.
976.9
year: 2008
copies: 2
call number/section: 976.9
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A Narrative Of The Life Of Mrs. Mary Jemison ...

author: Seaver, James E, Seaver, James
An account of the Murder of her Father and his Family; her sufferings; her marriage to two Indians; her troubles with her Children; barbarities of the Indians in the French and Revolutionary Wars; the life of her last Husband, &c; and many Historical Facts never before published.
920
year: 1995
copies: 14
call number/section: 920
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Mary Jemison

author: Gangi, Rayna M.
Tells the story of Mary Jemison, a fifteen-year-old girl who was kidnapped by the Seneca Indians and adopted into their tribe, becoming the wife of a warrior chief, and experiencing the tragedies and triumphs of life in the eighteenth-century Seneca nation.
813.54
year: 1996
copies: 3
call number/section: 813.54
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Maggie Among The Seneca

author: Moore, Robin
Maggie Callahan journeys across the rugged Pennsylvania frontier to find her kin but, just before she reaches her destination, she is taken captive by a band of Seneca warriors and forced to travel with them along the war trail.
FIC
year: 1990
copies: 6
call number/section: FIC
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Indian Captive

author: Lenski, Lois
"Mary Jemison, who was called the White Woman of the Genesee, lived all her life with the Seneca tribe of the Iroquois Indians, in the western part of what is now New York State.
FIC
year: 1995
copies: 262
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 800

The Diary Of Mary Jemison, Captured By The Indians

author: Jemison, Mary
The experiences, based on her own account, of Mary Jemison who was captured by a Shawnee war party when she was twelve and subsequently rescued and adopted by the Seneca with whom she chose to remain the rest of her long life.
920
year: 2001
copies: 24
call number/section: 920
lexile:

The Ordeal Of Olive Oatman

author: Rau, Margaret
Tells the story of Olive Oatman, a twelve-year-old girl who was captured along with her little sister by Apache Indians in 1851 after they killed the rest of her family, and was held in captivity for five years before being freed.
920
year: 2003
copies: 4
call number/section: 920
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Turtle Clan Journey

author: Durrant, Lynda
As the captive white boy Echohawk and his Mohican father and brother make a perilous journey from the Hudson River Valley to a settlement on the Ohio River, Echohawk feels the conflicting pulls of his dual heritage.
FIC
year: 1999
copies: 8
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 690
subjects: mohegan indians, indians of north america, indian captivities [X], identity

The Beaded Moccasins

author: Durrant, Lynda
After being captured by a group of Delaware Indians and given to their leader as a replacement for his dead granddaughter, twelve-year-old Mary Campbell is forced to travel west with them to Ohio.
FIC
year: 2000
copies: 14
call number/section: FIC
lexile: 730

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