Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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This chapter begins with Molly in the corn field getting ready for the new green corn. She heads toward Earth Woman’s lodge where she is burning the clay pots made by Beaver Girl and the one, the first, pot made by Molly. She is so proud of her accomplishment that she rushes the pot to Red Bird who makes a big deal over it and says they will cook corn in it as a celebration. While there, Shining Star calls Molly over to give her the new outfit she made for her. Her outfit is not made of deerskin, but of cloth. She feels like a real Seneca woman.

Squirrel Woman alerts the room to the arrival of pale-faces who are meeting with their chief. Gray Wolf whispers in Red Bird’s ear who then talks to Squirrel Woman in hushed tones. When...

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