Enemy in the Fort
When a boy raised by the Abenaki Indians--the tribe that captured her family two years ago--comes to stay with her, 12-year-old Rebecca Percy believes that he is responsible for the rash of burglaries that have occurred, but when she tries to prove his guilt, she makes a startling discovery that shatters her beliefs about Indians and settlers. Simultaneous.
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Prologue Attacked I
A Captive Returns
Chapter r The White Indian
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