FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. A 15-year-old white boy raised by the Lenape Indians is returned to his people under the terms of a treaty.
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"Rebellion, glowing vitality. . . . The spirit of the wild frontier. . . . An absorbing story, marked by Richter's uncanny skill in recapturing the atmosphere of the past." - The New York Times Book Review
"Memorable . . . Richter tells the story with [a] glowing passion for unspoiled nature. . . . It is impossible to doubt the detailed . . . accuracy of the picture." - New York Herald Tribune
"Good reading for anyone curious about the past of our country." - The Yale Review
Though reared as a Lenni Lenape Indian, fifteen-year-old True Son, once called John Camera Butler, was ordered back to the white man. It was impossible for True Son to believe that his people were white and not Indian. He had learned to hate the white man. And now he learned to hate his new father, his new house, his new family. He hated the name John Butler. Where did he belong now--and where could he go?
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Book Description Turtleback, 2004. No binding. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-251-19-0956410