A Circle Unbroken
Clarion Books a Division of Ticknor & Fields, a Houghton Mifflin Company, 1988 - Dakota Indians - 202 pages
Captured by a roving band of Sioux Indians and brought up as the chief's daughter, Rachel is recaptured by her white family and finds it difficult to adjust, as she longs to return to the tribe.
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