Captivity of the Oatman Girls

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U of Nebraska Press, 1983 - History - 290 pages
4 Reviews
Stratton's narrative vividly describes the Oatman family, their fateful journey, the massacre, the captivity of the two girls by the Apaches, and their brother's search for them. Olive Oatman's account of her captivity provided one of the earliest descriptions of life in Indian villages of the Southwest.
  

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Review: Captivity of the Oatman Girls: Being an Interesting Narrative of Life Among the Apache and Mohave Indians. Repr of the 1857 Ed

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This book was an interesting struggle to read. The core history of the Oatman family was there, but you have to maneuver through some very tedious language and obviously clouded personal opinions of ... Read full review

Review: Captivity of the Oatman Girls: Being an Interesting Narrative of Life Among the Apache and Mohave Indians. Repr of the 1857 Ed

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This book was an interesting struggle to read. The core history of the Oatman family was there, but you have to maneuver through some very tedious language and obviously clouded personal opinions of ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTEE I
19
Mr and Mrs Oatman in Perplexity Interview with Dr Lecount
61
Lorenzo Oatman Conscious of most of the Scenes of the Massacre
90
The Journey of three hundred and fifty Miles to the Mohave Valley
160
The Mohaves Their Sports An Expedition of Hostility against
216
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