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The Captivity of the Oatman Girls Among the Apache and Mohave Indians (Dover Books on the American Indians)by Lorenzo D Oatman
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This riveting true-life story recounts the capture of a pair of Mormon sisters after Indians attacked their covered wagon and massacred their family in 1851. It relates their harsh life as slaves among the Apache and Mohave tribes and the miraculous search and rescue conducted by their surviving brother.
Riveting true-life story recounts the 1851 capture of two sisters after the massacre of their family, their life among their Indian captors, and the miraculous rescue conducted by their surviving brother.
Riveting true-life story of two sisters taken by Indians, their life in captivity, and their brother's search for them.
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