A Light in the Forest


The unforgettable story if a white boy raised by Indians, torn between the claims of blood and loyalty.

"True Son," born John Butler in a little frontier town, was captured by the Lenni Lenape Indians when he was four years old, and adopted into the tribe by the great warrior Cuyloga who re-named him and reared him as his own. True Son grew up to think, feel and fight like an Indian, to reverence their God.

Then the Indians made a treaty and agreed to return all white captives to their own people...but True Son had learned to hate all white men -
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