Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison - Chapter 16 Summary & Analysis

Lois Lenski
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This chapter begins with Molly wearing her new clothes that were given to her by Shining Star. She is walking to the water to carry some back to her village. Gray Wolf waits for her. He tells her that the Indians have agreed to fight with the English against the French. She tells him that has nothing to do with her. He says that he knows she wants to go back to the pale-face, so he is selling her for gold to the English Captain Morgan. She struggles and yells that she doesn’t want to go. She escapes into the corn field where she loses him in the corn stalks. When she returns to Red Bird’s lodge, Shining Star is angry because she’s heard what Gray Wolf is doing. She said that the chief has said that Molly will not be...

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