THE TOMAHAWK TRAIL by L. Lamprey
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THE TOMAHAWK TRAIL

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Against a sound background of fact regarding the period of the burning of Deerfield is told this story of a boy held captive by the Indians, of his escape and his share in the adventures of a French girl, whose father, a fur trader, had been killed by the Iroquois. From Canada to Portsmouth, Maine, they make their way. There's enough suggestion of romance to hold the interest of older girls craving that element in their adventure stories. A first class tale.

Pub Date: Oct. 4th, 1934
Publisher: Stokes