Standing In The Light, The Captive Diary Of Catharine Carey Logan

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Book Report Standing in the Light, The Captive Diary of Catharine Carey Logan was written by Mary Pope Osborne. This historical event book contains 184 pages. In this book, Mary Pope Osborne tells the story of a teenage Quaker girl named Catharine who lived during the time of the French and Indian war. The story is mainly about Catharine and her brother Thomas, who were taken from their family by Indians while they were walking to school. The Indians that took them were known as the Lenape Indians. The children were separated and Catharine was given to a woman named White Owl, and Thomas was given to a man named Black Snake. They let Catharine keep her diary and she was able to write in it while she was held captive. The Indians treated

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