The Miracles of Elizabeth (Paperback)

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The Miracles of Elizabeth (Paperback)

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This is a historical fiction novel, based on a true event that happened in 1725. In the early fall of that year, a woman, her two daughters, and maidservant were captured from their farmstead. They were kidnapped by the Mohawk Indians. This was before the French and Indian wars and Before the Salem Witch Trials. She and her daughters spent one year and 26 days as a slave to the Mohawk Indians. This is the story of what happened during that one year and 26 days. It is the story of all the problems on the trail to the village, the things that happened in the village, and all the harsh parts of living an Indian life at that time. The beatings and the terrors that they endured during this time were incredible. Meanwhile, many things happened back in the village of Salem because life does go on. The oldest son marries, has a fight with his father, and leaves home. The younger son becomes the heir apparent, as well as his father's confidant. Elizabeth's husband went to Canada to Port Royal, to redeem his women. When they were finally redeemed by French, the youngest was unable to be redeemed at the same time. Her husband's attitude had changed when she got back. When Elizabeth's husband went to Canada a second time to redeem her, he died. What was Elizabeth to do? The youngest daughter was finally brought home, and the questions were answered.
Product Details ISBN: 9781499013207
ISBN-10: 1499013205
Publisher: Xlibris
Publication Date: June 20th, 2014
Pages: 142
Language: English