A Lenape Legacy

A Lenape Legacy
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  • Item #: 9781620060612

Pioneers in the Pennsylvania wilderness before the American Revolution, young Amelia and her mother Ina are suddenly dragged out of their beds by Indians and carried off into captivity. This story tracks the two young women through their ordeals as they are eventually separated and face different fates. Along the way, they experience the Native American culture, soon to be lost, and the prejudices of the settlers. Doris Wilbur spins a vivid tale of times past full of history, humor, and romance set in colonial Pennsylvania.

About the Author:

Doris Wilbur lives in rural New York and writes historical fiction infused with nature and the outdoors as characters face challenges in their lives and choices they must make to be successful. Doris spent much of her career as a commercial artist and award-winning watercolorist. She was a public-school art teacher but has always been a writer. She has worked for newspapers, advertising agencies, school systems, and her own graphic design business. She and her husband Jerry raised five children and have lived in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Florida. She has worked in Washington, DC; Orlando, and Syracuse, as well as enjoying the rural life. She graduated summa cum laude from Mansfield University where she studied creative writing, botany, and art education. She and her husband currently live at a private lake surrounded by the woods and nature she loves, where she continues to teach and write.

by Doris Wilbur
Trade Paperback - 6 x 9 x .5
128 Pages
FICTION / Historical
FICTION / Native American & Aboriginal
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Price $9.99
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