MY CAPTIVITY: A Pioneer Woman's Story of Her Life Among the Sioux
Originally published in 1872. Kelly was nineteen when her wagon party of emigrants was attacked by a large force of Sioux warriors. Most of the travelers were killed, but Fanny's husband escaped and spent the next five months attempting to rescue her. Here, Fanny narrates her time in captivity with the Native Americans.
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