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My Captivity Among The Sioux Indians

Fanny Kelly

Narrator Geoffrey Giuliano, The Arc

Publisher: Icon Audio Arts

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"My Captivity Among The Sioux Indians" is a memoir written by Fanny Kelly, recounting her harrowing experience as a captive among the Sioux tribe in the mid-19th century. Kelly's narrative provides a first-hand account of her capture, the challenges she faced during her captivity, and her eventual release. Through her vivid descriptions and personal insights, she sheds light on the complex relationships and cultural dynamics between the Native American tribes and the settlers during that period. 
The memoir begins with the dramatic story of Fanny Kelly's capture by a Sioux raiding party while traveling with her husband in 1864. She describes the fear and uncertainty she felt as she was separated from her husband and forced to adapt to the customs and lifestyle of her captors. Kelly's detailed observations offer readers a glimpse into the daily lives, rituals, and beliefs of the Sioux people, highlighting their resilience and resourcefulness in the face of adversity. 
Throughout her narrative, Fanny Kelly confronts the challenges of survival, including scarce resources, harsh weather conditions, and the constant threat of violence. She vividly portrays the emotions and struggles she experienced, as well as the moments of compassion and kindness she encountered among her captors. Kelly's memoir not only provides a personal account of her own captivity but also serves as a valuable historical document, shedding light on the complex interactions between Native Americans and European settlers during a pivotal time in American history.
Duration: about 7 hours (06:41:04)
Publishing date: 2023-06-03; Unabridged; Copyright Year: 2023. Copyright Statment: —