Based on a true story, Marie Dorion, the Indian widow of a French trapper in the Pacific Northwest of 1814, struggles to find her own personal worth in the eyes of God. As Marie is drawn closer to finding happiness, she battles with the fear of losing everything she has gained thus far. Troubles with her children confound her, but remembering words from her friend, Sacagawea, helps to strengthen her on her mission to understanding the ways in which God cares for her. Jane Kirkpatrick, softcover, 419 pages.
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