Enemy in the Fort

by Buckey, Sarah Masters, 1955-

Format: Print Book 2001
Availability: Available at 6 Libraries 6 of 7 copies
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Bethel Park Public Library Juvenile Fiction juv AMERICAN Girl
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Carnegie Library of Homestead Children Fiction J FIC Amer #13 (Mystery)
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Community Library of Allegheny Valley - Harrison Children Fiction J BUCKEY
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Monroeville Public Library Juvenile Fiction J AMERICAN GIRL
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Shaler North Hills Library Juvenile Mystery j MYSTERY AME
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Wilkinsburg Public Library Juvenile Fiction J HISTORY SERIES
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Carnegie Library of McKeesport Children Fiction IN TRANSIT
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Summary
In 1754, with her own parents taken captive, twelve-year-old Rebecca must confront her fear and hatred of the Abenaki when a boy raised by members of that tribe is brought to the fort at Charleston, New Hampshire, just before a series of thefts occurs.
Published Reviews
Booklist Review: "Gr. 4-7. This entry in the History Mysteries series, set just before the outbreak of the French and Indian War, provides both a glimpse at social history and a powerful message about prejudice. In 1752, 10-year-old Rebecca Percy and her little sister watch from a hiding place as the Abenaki Indians take their parents captive. The horror leaves the sisters with a bone-deep hatred for the Indians--and two engraved spoons from England, which figure in the mystery. The girls are taken to live with the Widow Tyler in Fort Number Four in New Hampshire. Their lives (and the lives of others in the small community) are disrupted again by the arrival of a 14-year-old "white Indian" boy, captured by the Indians when he was small and now totally assimilated into Abenaki culture. When the girls' precious spoons are stolen and Indians raid the fort, the boy is suspected of both thievery and treachery. Rebecca's efforts to search out the truth put her in satisfyingly heart-stopping danger. An overview of the French and Indian War follows the story. --Connie Fletcher"
From Booklist, Copyright (c) American Library Association. Used with permission.
Additional Information
Series History mysteries ; 13.
Book 19 by Alison Hart
#1 - The Smuggler's treasure
#2 - Hoofbeats of danger
#3 - The Night flyers
#4 - Voices at Whisper Bend
#5 - Secrets on 26th Street
#6 - Mystery of the Dark Tower
#7 - Trouble at Fort La Pointe
#8 - Under Copp's Hill
#9 - Watcher in the piney woods
#10 - Shadows in the glasshouse
#11 - The Minstrel's melody
#12 - Riddle of the prairie bride
#13 - Enemy in the Fort
#14 - Circle of fire
#15 - Mystery on Skull Island
#16 - Whistler in the dark
#17 - Mystery at Chilkoot Pass
#18 - The Strange case of Baby H
#19 - Danger at the Wild West show
#20 - Gangsters at the Grand Atlantic
#21 - Ghost light on Graveyard Shoal
#22 - Betrayal at Cross Creek
Subjects Frontier and pioneer life -- New Hampshire -- Fiction.
Indian captivities -- Fiction.
Abenaki Indians -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Canada, Eastern -- Fiction.
Mystery and detective stories.
New Hampshire -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 -- Fiction.
Publisher Middleton, WI :Pleasant Company Publications,2001
Language English
Notes "American girl."
Description 163 pages : color illustrations, color map ; 21 cm.
ISBN 1584853077
1584853069 (pbk.)
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