Echohawk by Lynda Durrant

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Adopted and raised by Mohicans in the Hudson River Valley during the 1730s, Jonathan Starr is sent to an English settlement to attend school.

About Lynda Durrant

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Lynda Durrant is the author of five well-received historical novels for Clarion, several of which have been named to state children’s choice awards lists. She lives in Bath, Ohio, with her family and a horse named Irish.
Published September 20, 1996 by Clarion Books. 192 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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someday you may feel a pull toward them.'' Durrant's focus is less on plot or character--though she avoids typecasting and provides comic relief with the byplay between Echohawk and his feisty little brother--than on observing the cultural changes as whites move in and indigenes die or move...

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Raised since the age of four as a son to Glickihigan, one of the Mohican warriors who massacred his parents in their Hudson Valley encampment, 13-year-old Echohawk (born Jonathan Starr) recalls only vague, disturbing impressions of his early childhood, and nothing of his natural family and native...

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