Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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In this chapter, Josiah has settled in, healed, and learned the kindness of Earth Woman, but still insists he will never be one of them. Molly compliments his new clothes, and he complains that the chief won’t let him go on the hunting trips or have a gun. Molly says that they know he will run. She asks Josiah that if he ever decides to run, please take her with him if he can. She explains that she is going to get new clothes after she makes her moccasins. She will not have cloth clothes, but deerskin. She admits to Josiah that she would like cloth. Then when Turkey Feather is so excited about the porcupine quills he brought for her to decorate her deerskin shoes and clothes, she changes her mind and says that she prefers that. He is so excited to...

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