Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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In this chapter, Molly is taught a bit of Seneca history. She is told that the real home of the Seneca is in Genishau or Genesee Town by the Great Falling Waters. She learned that Red Birds sons, Good Hunter and Gray Wolf, live there with their families. They try to convince their parents and sisters to move with them, but they refuse. The sisters travel to Fort Duquesne to see their brothers off and to get supplies. They ask Molly to go with them and to carry the baby on her back. While the Indians are in the trading house doing business, Molly is told to go outside and show Blue Jay the birds.

She looks around and remembers many of the sites from her first visit. When she remembers the blooming peach tree, she goes to see it. There she is approached...

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