Queen of the Tumbling Waters
"I'm not like your white women who lose their tongues and wits in a house full of men."
So says Catharine Montour to her white captive during the Indian depredations of the 1750s. Catharine Montour, a métis, born during Pennsylvania's Long Peace, is nurtured by her grandmother, the celebrated Madame Montour, an interpreter for the British colonies.
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