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Unformatted text preview: families endured on a daily basis, living in fear of being attacked by the Indians, but on the other hand you also get a glimpse of the Indian’s lives from their perspective as well as you try to understand their purpose and why they did what they felt they had to do in order to survive. Many of the captives lived the remainder of their lives never quite living fully in either the white man or the Indian's world. Most of the captives that survived became Indian at heart and never quite reconciled to white society, remaining tragically adrift between two very different worlds. Zesch has successfully revealed the more serious side to being a white captive in the early to late 1800’s....
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- Spring '08
- English-language films, Native Americans in the United States, Comanche, Adolph Korn, uncle Adolph Korn