The White Seneca

By: Canfield, William W.

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Spine edges very lightly rubbed, board corners lightly bumped, pencil mark on rear endpapers. 1911 Hard Cover. We have more books available by this author!. vii, 281 pp. Illustrated by G.A. Harker. In the year 1774, fifteen-year-old Henry Cochrane is captured by a party of Seneca Indians near his home in central New York State. Adopted by the young Seneca, Hiokoto the Hawk, Henry grows to love the Indian ways and becomes Dundiswa - the White Seneca. When Henry is captured by an enemy tribe, he must rely on all the skills he has learned from the Indians, as well as his own courage and determination, as he attempts to escape from them and rescue fellow captive, Constance Leonard. Meanwhile, the Revolutionary War has begun and conflict escalates between the Indians, who have sided with the British, and the settlers. Eventually Henry must choose between his love for the Senecas and his loyalty to his own people.

Title: The White Seneca

Author: Canfield, William W.

Illustrator: Harker, G.A.

Categories: Native American Studies, Historical,

Publisher: E.P. Dutton & Company: 1911

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2289138

Keywords: NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS SENECA HISTORICAL FICTION,