A colonial girl comes of age as an Indian captive in this riveting and vividly detailed novel, based on a true story. First-rate historical fiction with terrific classroom potential, this dramatic novel explores the role of women in colonial and Native American society.
Fiction | Historical
Age of Exploration/DiscoveryDate
Based on True Story(s)/event | Captives | Death and Loss | Escapes | Family Relationships | Lenape | Native Americans/Canadians | SurvivalGeographic Region
Connecticut | United States - AmericaMain Character
Book | Ebook
Trouble’s Daughter: The Story of Susanna Hutchinson, Indian Captive
Author: Kirkpatrick, Katherine
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