Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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Molly wakes from a dream by a loud sound that seems unpleasant and scary to her. She is scared to get out of bed. A little white dog climbs in bed and snuggles next to her. She peeks out from behind the bed curtain to get a better look at what is going on in the lodge. Only the father is still in bed asleep. Soon, the mother comes to her and motions for her to get up and head outside. She does as she is told. Outside she finds that the noise that seemed annoying and scary moments ago is now music to her ears. She realizes that the noise is from the women using a mortar to pound corn into meal. She is excited thinking that corn-pone cakes are about to be made.

The mean sister motions for Molly to collect more...

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