Individual Author Record
Name: Kitty DyePen Name: None Genre: Non-Fiction Audience: Adult; Born:
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Illinois ConnectionKitty Dye lives in Naperville, Illinois.
Biographical and Professional InformationKitty Dye has over forty years experience in researching, writing and personal appearances in schools and literary/historical organizations.
- Maconaquah's Story: The Saga of Frances Slocum, LeClare Publishing, 2000
- Meet George Winter:Pioneer Artist, Journalist, Entrepreneur , LeClare Publishing, 2001
Titles At Your Library
Maconaquahs Story: The Saga of Frances Slocum
ISBN: 097025010X LeClere Publishing Company. 2000 Five-year old Frances Slocum was abducted by Delaware Indians during the Revolutionary War. Adopted by them, Frances grew to love the Indian way of life, with their fears and hatred of white people. As an aged Maconaquah, she revealed her secret shame, enabling her white family to find her. Kinship worked its magic on those two enemy factions. Two
Meet George Winter: Pioneer Artist, Journalist, Entrepreneur
ISBN: 0970250118 LeClere Publishing Company. 2001 Part is the story of George Winter, a well-trained English artist, who became so interested in the American Indians and pioneer way of life on a visit in , he remained there, despite overwhelming obstacles. His perseverence and ingenuity left us a priceless legacy of art and writings. Part is the amazing discovery of his journals.