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Pages: 36

Language: English

Publisher: AuthorHouse (19 Sept. 2006)

By: Margaret Yonker (Author)

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'Lone Feather and the Settlers' is a poignant American story set in the 19th century when the country was expanding and pushing back the frontier. The conflict-and the eventual resolution-between the native tribes who occupied the land and the settlers who came to claim it are captured in three firsthand accounts. Each chapter-story is told by a different woman: Lone Feather, a fictitious Pottawatomie woman: Almeda Naper, wife of settler Captain Joseph Naper: and Hannah Ditzler, a schoolteacher who was born and lived for ninety years in the town known as Naperville, and whose diaries first inspired this book. It is a captivating story for readers of all ages, giving individual voices to the history of our country as it developed westward.


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