The captured : : a true story of abduction by Indians on the Texas frontier

Title The captured : : a true story of abduction by Indians on the Texas frontier
Names Zesch, Scott.
Book Number DBC14366
Title Status Active
Medium Digital Book
Annotation "The Captured" is a true account of what settlers considered a "fate worse than death" and the dramatic, very personal story of Adolph Korn and eight other children abducted by Comanches and Apaches in the Texas Hill Country during the nineteenth century. Most of the kidnapped children who survived the initial ordeal became Indian at heart and never quite reconciled to white society, remaining tragically adrift between two very different worlds. Some sex and violence.
Narrator Dorman, Dianna.
Local Subject History, United States - HUS
History - HST
Adult Book - AD
Adult Non-Fiction - AN
Audience Notes Contains descriptions of sex.
Contains violence.
Female narrator.
LC Subject Apache Indians - Social life and customs
Comanche Indians - Social life and customs
Indian captivities - Texas
Whites - Texas - Cultural assimilation
Whites - Texas - Relations with Indians
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Talking books
Call Number 976.44049725
Language English
Released 2004
Publication Info Austin, TX : Texas State Library & Archives Commission, Talking Book Program, 2004
Original Publication Recorded from: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2006, c2004. 0312317891
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