Follow the River Quotes

James Alexander Thom
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"The moment her gaze fell over the settlement, she realized that what she had been dreading was about to happen: Indians were running crouched and swift toward every cabin in the settlement."
Chapter 1, Page 6


"But she knew as well that the might have been spared only for the present, that they might be destined for those tortures of which all the white wilderness settlers had heard. Maybe we're to be sacrificed, she thought. Or eaten. The legends of Indian brutality stopped at nothing."
Chapter 3, Page 29


"It seemed very important somehow, though she knew she was presuming things about the Indian character, that she and the others should exhibit all the dignity their destitute circumstances would allow. Somehow, she felt, dignity might be all that could keep them alive. It was a notion she had arrived at largely by watching the straight-backed carriage of the tall chieftain."
Chapter 3, Page...

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