Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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Finally, their journey from the fort comes to an end. They first see the amazing Falling Waters. Molly is surprised to see not one, but two rainbows arching through the water. Molly begins to become ill. When they reach Genesee Town, they turn Molly over to Earth Woman who knows how to care for the wounded and the ill. During her illness, Molly has horrible dreams, high fevers, and hallucinations. When she is awake, Earth Woman makes her a doll out of corn husks. She takes Molly to her lodge and nurses her back to health. It is a very long process. Earth Woman tries many different remedies. Molly learns that her Indian family has all followed them to Genesee Town. She is saddened because she thinks they are not her friends because this is a way to permanently keep her from going to...

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