Captive!: The Story of David Ogden and the Iroquois


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Living in the areas this book traces gives it more meaning for me. Knowing one of the authors makes it very special.

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One person found this helpful. However, it is a pretty unique tale. I wanted more details as to Ogden's actual life with the Indians and the book doesn't provide much detail on that. It did clue me in to some American history around the time of the Revolutionary War, so that was interesting.

It's too bad this book is so expensive everywhere.

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Brissany rated it liked it Jan 21, No trivia or quizzes yet. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. As an elite endurance athlete who has summitted Mt. I have seven books published, and another coming out next April. David Ogden was born into an unusually tumultuous time in America—the colonials were struggling to throw off the yoke of British rule while also battling the Iroquois tribes for control of their ancestral lands.

The story is retold with historical accuracy and an even-handed treatment of the conflicting interests of the loyalists, Iroquois, and Patriots. David Ogden was born into an unusually tumultuous time in America—the colonials were struggling to throw off the yoke of British rule while also battling the Iroquois tribes for control of their ancestral lands.

The Story of David Ogden and the Iroquois

The bibliography of anyone who survived a life in the late s frontier days of New York would be a great tale, but David Ogden's story stands alone, even within historical context of his times. The Story of David Ogden and the Iroquois is a compelling true adventure story of one young colonial soldier's bravery, choosing a daunting mile race to freedom fraught with the risk of death over being assimilated into an alien society.

Captive! : the story of David Ogden and the Iroquois, Jack Harpster and Ken Stalter

This book recounts the amazing life story of a year-old American Revolutionary-era soldier, including his captivity, adoption, and eventual flight to freedom. Captive! The Story of David Ogden and the Iroquois. by Jack Harpster and Ken Stalter. At age14, David Ogden narrowly escaped the Iroquois's notorious Cherry .

This story is told with all the factual historical information that was missing from all the original captivity narratives, but accurately retains the flavor of the period and the voice of the 18th-century protagonist. Jack Harpster is the author of King of the Slots: A Biography of William B. Ogden ; John Ogden "The Pilgrim" - Harpster resides in Reno, NV, and has retired from a year career in newspaper business management. As an elite endurance athlete who has summitted Mt. Everest, Stalter's interest in his ancestor and his amazing mile race to freedom was initially spurred by marathon running.

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