Brothers of the Heart: A Story of the Old Northwest, 1837-1838
Fourteen-year-old Shem spends six months in the Michigan wilderness alone with a dying Indian woman, who helps him, not only to survive, but to mature to the point where he can return to his family and the difficulties of life as a cripple in a frontier village.
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Brothers of the Heart: A Story of the Old Northwest 1837-1838
Joan W. Blos,Felice Holman
No preview available - 1993
Annie asked Bad Pierre bank Beaubien began Bela Hubbard blanket boots brave brother brought cabin called canoe CATHERINE HALL caught clear close cold crippled daughter Detroit Ellsworth land eyes father felt fire forest gone Goodhue's gristmill hand happened hard heard hope hope this finds husband Indian John Hall journey lake leave letter lived looked lovely Mackinac Mackinac Island Mary Goodhue meal Michigan mill Millfield mind morning mother never night NOTEBOOKS OF SHEM notes once Ottawan pain printer reached remembered river road seemed Shem knew SHEM PERKINS Shem thought Shem's snow shoes soon SOPHIA PERKINS Sophy story surprised tally stick tell thing THOMAS PERKINS told trade trees turned Uncle Jack village wagon walked weeks wife wildcat bank winter wish wondered woods words worried Zozep