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Frances Slocum; The Lost Sister of Wyoming free pdf This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: ... CHAPTER XI DEATH OF FRANCES "The spirit only can teach." Emerson. MA-CON-A-QUAH, the Indian Queen, and her family, were now free to remain in their old homes, while the departing Indians sorrowfully bade adieu to the scenes of their childhood forever. Some of the army officers feared trouble, when these few Indians were allowed to remain, but the remnant was too weak to rebel against the will of the white man. The 640 acres (a mile square) deeded to the daughters of Ma-con-a-quah were partly very rich land. Frances had a new log house built on the hill a few hundred yards in the rear of the old residence. The situation afforded a lovely view up and down the river. In time, the white settlers began to encroach on her preserves, running off her fine ponies and stock. She appealed to our grandfather for aid. He was now an old man and could not go to her, the distance was so great and the journey fatiguing. She sent for her brother Isaac, who resided nearer, to assist her, as she was suspicious that her family might be robbed of the home the government had just granted her. He promptly obeyed the summons. She asked for his son, the Rev. George Slocum, to come and live with her. George, in 1845, had visited his aunt, who received him kindly and invited him to come again. He was a man of deep religious principles, and was much impressed with the family's heathenism. He felt interested in their spiritual welfare, and in the autumn of the same year he spent a week with them, and tried to teach them industry and frugality. The red man laughed at the idea of an Indian working, -- the business of Indians was to hunt. "I like George," said his aunt to his father- "let him live with me- he shall have my best horse, saddle, and bridle." The father...

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Publisher : Theclassics.Us
Data Published : 12 September 2013
ISBN : 1230450246
EAN : 9781230450247
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Number of Pages : 28 pages
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Language : English
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