Ramsey County Historical Society, Sep 1, 1998 - 237 pages
In 1834, five-year-old Jane DeBow is brought to Sioux territory in what is now Minnesota, where she is raised by both the missionaries that kidnapped her and the Dakota people they are trying to convert to Christianity.
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