The Loon Feather
ISBN: 015653200X
EAN13: 9780156532006
Language: English
Pages: 468
Dimensions: 1.00" H x 8.00" L x 5.00" W
Weight: 1.00 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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The story of an Indian girl destined to grow up with the incompatible traditions of her own people and of the white traders on Mackinac Island. One of the most popular books ever written about the conflict of alien peoples.
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From the Back Cover 'The Loon Feather' is the story of an Indian girl, Oneta, daughter of Tecumseh, destined to grow up with the incompatible traditions of her own people and of the white traders on Mackinac Island. She learns French from a 'black coat' in a mission school, gradually becomes bound to the world of her French stepfather, Pierre Debans, and is educated in a convent in Quebec. Only when Debans, unable to reconcile tribal ways with his European background, nearly sparks an Indian uprising does Oneta make a choice between her two heritages.