A novel that shares a time and place with The Last of the Mohicans, relating the experiences of a young woman caught in the fury of the French and Indian Wars. Seventeen-year-old Sarah Wells is taken from a New Hampshire farm by Abnaki Indians and renamed "Ghost Fox." Line drawings by the Author.
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Abnaki arms asked baby bark Baron Dieskau beneath Blacksquaw blanket breath burned Canadanskawa canoe Chango Clovis cold damn dark dawn dead deerskin drew edge English eyes face feeling feet felt fight fire flung forest French corporal gasped gathered girl hair hand hatchet Hawk head hear heavy horse hung hurried Indian Iroquois jerked Josh killed knees knife lake lassie laughed legs lieutenant listened lodge Major Ogilvy meat Missisquoi moccasins Mohawk moon moose morning mother musket neck night Norke old chief old woman paddle painted post Peleg Pennacook powder horn prisoners pulled rawhide Red Snakes river Sarah drew Sarah heard Sarah saw scalp screamed seemed shouted silence singing Sipsi skawa sleep slept smell smoke soldiers sound squatted stared stood Taliwan tomahawk took trail trees trembling turned village Wagwise waited walked warriors watched whispered women young