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Narrative of the Life of Mrs. Mary Jemison,A

By: Seaver, James E.
Price: $24.95

University of Okalahoma Press, 1995.
The film Dance with Wolves shows how some whites, at the time of the first European contacts with American Indians, chose not to return to their own culture. Mary Jemison was perhaps the most famous white captive who stayed to live among the Indians. Her account of her life with the Senecas--as told to upstate New York doctor James Everett Seaver in 1824--has gone through countless editions, reprints, and retellings before the creation of this definitive edition by the feminist scholar of ethnicity June Namias.Paperback, 192 pages.