Taken from their Shoshoni village by a rival North Dakota tribe, Naya Nuki and her friend Sacajawea were forced to march 1,000 miles only to become slaves in their new village. Desperate to escape and return to her family, Naya Nuki begins to prepare a way for escape; and when she leaves, she'll have to use all of her courage and survival skills. 171 pages, softcover. Intermediate reading level, ages 9-13.
Illustrated by Eunice Hundley. A story for children 9 to 13 packed with authentic information about Indian lore, survival skills, and the West before the white man.
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