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Captivity of the Oatman Girls a True Story of Early Emigration to the West 1909

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Captivity of the Oatman Girls a True Story of Early Emigration to the West 1909 R. B. Stratton Revised and Abridged by Chas. H. Jones

Published by Oregon Teachers Monthly Salem, Oregon

 In original paper wrapper  in GC

Experience the wild west through this true story of resilience and survival. Follow the captivating journey of the Oatman sisters as they overcome the horrors of captivity among Apache and Mohave Indians. This gripping narrative sheds light on the brutal reality of early emigration and showcases the remarkable strength of the human spirit. Find out what it was like to live in the untamed west and marvel at the unwavering perseverance of the Oatman sisters. Immerse yourself in a vivid account of their courage and survival as they defied all odds and overcame unimaginable challenges. Discover a story that will inspire you to never give up and always find the inner strength to fight through any hardship.