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Mary Jemison: "Captured by Indians"
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In the narrative "Captured by Indians," by Mary Jemison, Jemison describes how the Seneca Indians treated her, taught her how to live and how they cared for her. Throughout Mary Jemison's narrative she illustrates how she lived among the Indians and how she dealt with their way of life. Although the Seneca Indians are known to be fierce, Mary Jemison asserts that through numerous ways that the Seneca's can be nurturing, helpful and kind to the people they truly care about. Mary Jemison may have been trying to get acceptance from the outside world to agree…
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