Abandoned on the wild frontier / Dave & Neta Jackson ; Illustrated by Julian Jackson.
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- ISBN: 9781939445179
- Physical Description: 144 pages : illustrations, map, ; 21 cm
- Publisher: Evanston, Illinois : Castle Rock Creative, 
- Copyright: ©1995
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Refuge in a rain barrel -- Life without Mama -- The big camp meetin' -- The cornstalk duel -- Free for all -- Old Hickory --Flirtin' and sparkin' -- The wilderness hope -- When lightning strikes twice -- Under the cat's paw -- Saukenuk -- The blue-eyed moon singer -- The Potawatomi mission -- More about Peter Cartwright.
Gilbert Hamilton is left alone on the frontier when his father is killed and his mother is kidnapped by Sauk Indians during the War of 1812. Haunted by memories of his mother, Gil attends a camp meeting led by Peter Cartwright, a Methodist circuit-rider evangelist. Cartwright allows the boy to move with his family to Illinois, where Gil can begin the search for his mother.
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