JENNY OF THE TETONS
New York : Gulliver/Harcourt,
IL 5-8, RL 6.9
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book doesn't collect dust! Local libraries can't keep it on the shelf!
Kristiana's first and probably our most favorite books, Jenny of the Tetons
is a must read for all ages! Orphaned and left for dead by savages,
Carrie Hill finds refuge with the Calvary at Fort Hall. Lonely for her
family, Carrie becomes a welcomed member of English Trapper Beaver Dicks
growing family. To her horror, Carrie learns he is married to a young Shoshone
squaw, an INDIAN! Wounded and unable to run, Miss Hill finds herself dependent
on Jenny's gentle care. A lfriendship developes. The memory of
Jenny and Beaver Dick is honored in this enduring story. Read of their
mountain life, in the glorious Grand Teatons of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Each Chapter begins with actual excepts form Beaver Dick's Journals, a
timepiece that for each page. (Janet Gregory Coen, email@example.com,
Highlander Academy, Manhattn Beach, Ca)
Leigh, Richard, d. 1899 -- Fiction.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Idaho -- Teton River Valley -- Fiction.
Shoshoni Indians -- Fiction.
Bannock Indians -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Fiction.
West (U.S.) -- Fiction.
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