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Moccasins through the rye (Penguin series)

by Elaine Egbert

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"I want you to go live with Mrs. Whitman so you can learn to be a fine lady into love the real God."

These words of her father, Jim Bridger, were were the beginning of a sometimes sad, sometimes glad--sometimes frightening--adventure for Mary Anne Bridger, the young half-Indian daughter of an American frontiersman.

Traveling west for many weary, often anxious, weeks with a wagon train on its way to Oregon, Mary Anne finally arrived at the Whitman mission in Rye-grass country, near what is now Walla Walla, Washington. There she saw Christianity and action--it was involved in a great tragedy.
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