|aIndian Captive : |bThe Story of Mary Jemison / |cWritten and illustrated by Lois Lenski
|aNew York : |bHarperCollins Publishers Inc., |cc1995, 1941
|axvi, , 298,  p. : |bill. ; |c20 cm.
|aA fictional retelling of the experiences of twelve-year-old Mary Jemison, who after being captured by a Shawnee war party during the French and Indian War, is rescued and subsequently adopted by two Seneca sisters with whom she ultimately chooses to stay.
|aCome what may--Long journey--Fort Duquesne--Seneca town--Lost in sorrow--Singing bird--Slow weaving--Second captivity--By the falling waters--Old fallenash--Running deer--Porcupine quills--Willing sacrifice--New cooking pot--Rattlesnake--Born of a long ripening.