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The white / by Deborah Larsen.

Larsen, Deborah. (Author).

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  • 44 of 45 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Adams PL Sys. - Decatur Branch FIC LARSEN WHI (Text) 34207000907932 Adult Fiction Available -
Brazil PL - Brazil LARSEN (Text) 38160000642098 Second Floor, Fiction Available -
Brownstown PL - Brownstown FIC LARSEN (Text) 79361000024754 Adult Fiction Available -
Butler PL - Butler FIC LARSEN D (Text) 73174000080824 Adult: Fiction Available -
Carnegie PL of Steuben Co - Angola FIC LAR (Text) 33118000088998 Adult: General Fiction Checked out 11/01/2017
Coatesville-Clay Twp PL - Coatesville JF LARSEN (Text) 78321000013311 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Danville-Center Twp PL - Danville F LAR (Text) 32604000106884 DCTPLD AD Fiction Available -
Dublin PL - Dublin FIC LAR (Text) 76892000009812 adult fiction Available -
Garrett PL - Garrett FIC LAR (Text) 30010170311826 Fiction Available -
Hamilton North PL - Atlanta Branch FIC.a Larsen (Text) 78294000134731 Adult Fiction Available -
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Record details

  • ISBN: 0375413596
  • ISBN: 9780375413599
  • ISBN: 0375712895
  • ISBN: 9780375712890
  • Physical Description: xii, 219 pages ; 21 cm
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : A.A. Knopf, 2002.

Content descriptions

Summary, etc.: "I was born a white at sea on the way to the New World . . . But I was taken by those whom we called Indians. Nearly speechless for a time, I was beset by terrors." This is the voice of Mary Jemison, who, in 1758, at the age of sixteen, was taken by a Shawnee raiding party from her home near what would become Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. In this intimate reimagining of her life story, Mary endures the brutal scalpings of her parents and siblings and is given to two Seneca sisters who treat her as their own-a symbolic replacement for the brother they lost to the white colonists. Renamed Two-Falling-Voices, she gradually becomes integrated into her new family, learning to assist with the hunt and to cultivate corn. She marries a Delaware warrior, raises a family in her adoptive culture, becomes friends with two former slaves, and eventually, remarkably, fulfills her lifelong dream "to own land bordered by sky, as my mother and father had once purchased woods and fields which were dappled with changing light."
Subject: Jemison, Mary, 1743-1833.
Indian captivities > Fiction.
Seneca Indians > Fiction.
Women pioneers > Fiction.
Women, White > Fiction.
Genesee River Valley (Pa. and N.Y.) > Fiction.
Genre: Biographical fiction.

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