Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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This chapter begins with Molly and Turkey Feather watching Blue Jay, or Blue Trout as he is now known, swim and play in the water. Canoes holding Shining Star and Squirrel Woman float up, and they are told to get in. These women, the little children, Molly, and Blue Trout all set out to pick huckleberries on a different shore. The little ones decide to make it a competition. As always, Blue Trout, stays with Molly, but because he can toddle around, he goes to pick his own berries and bring them back to Molly. Meanwhile, she gets wrapped up in the memory of picking berries with her sister, Betsey, and doesn’t notice that Blue Trout is not by her. Storm Cloud runs to Molly calling for help. Blue Trout sees a pretty snake and wants to pick it up. Molly sees that...

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