Daughter of Shiloh

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AuthorHouse, 2000 - Fiction - 300 pages
The novel documents the early life of Clarinda Allington. Taken captive during an Indian raid in 1793, Clarinda grew to womanhood amongst the Cherokee. She married a powerful chief, and bore him three children. Later, learning her family survived, Clarinda struggled between love for the chief, his people, and the desire to reclaim her lost culture. What Clarinda did not know was, through the years, all attempts to find her were thwarted by the cunning chief. Discovering that he arranged her capture, feeling betrayed, she devised an ingenious plan of escape. Clarinda returned to poverty, enduring prejudice and bigotry against her Indian children. Her indomitable spirit, devotion to duty, and her faith helped her rise above adversity and begin anew.

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