The Unredeemed Captive
The primary character is Eunice Williams, a young girl taken captive by the Mohawk indians. Her father is Reverend John Williams, a prominent Puritan leader in the town of Deerfield. Throughout the book the captives from both the the British and French side are returned to their homes. Eunice chooses to not go home to Puritan society, but to live with the indians. Many cannot understand her reasoning to choose the "indian savage" way of life over good wholesome Puritan life.
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