Becky Landers : Frontier Warrior by Constance Lindsay Skinner
New York : The Macmillan Company, 1967. Stated "Twenty-seventh printing, 1967" on the copyright page. Hardcover. 234 pages ; 18 cm. Price clipped dust jacket. Clean and unmarked pages. Binding is firm.
BY CONSTANCE LINDSAY SKINNER
Life was dangerous in frontier Kentucky in the early years of the Revolution. Indians had killed Becky Landers' father and captured her elder brother. As it was up to fifteen-year-old Becky to provide food and clothing for her delicate mother and her little brother and sister, she had learned to hunt and trap as well as any man.
Becky was sure that if she could go with George Rogers Clark and his men when they attacked Kaskaskia she would find her missing brother there. And so, when the time came, Becky was one of the raiding party.
"This girl is American through and through, and her adventures in the days of frontier warfare and Indian attacks in the wilderness of Kentucky make fascinating reading. We cannot think of a better book to put into the hands of girls just entering, or already in their teens" —Saturday Review.
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