Brothers of the heart : a story of the old Northwest, 1837-1838 / Joan W. Blos.
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- ISBN: 0684184524 :
- Physical Description: 162 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Scribner, 
- Copyright: ©1985
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Bibliography: pages 161-162.
Fourteen-year-old Shem spends six months in the Michigan wilderness alone with a dying Indian woman, who helps him, not only to survive, but to mature to the point where he can return to his family and the difficulties of life as a cripple in a frontier village.
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