Trouble's Daughter: The Story of Susanna Hutchinson, Indian Captive - Katherine Kirkpatrick

Susanna Hutchinson and her family moved to the wilderness on land that was owned by the Dutch. Susanna longs to go back to where they lived before, but her mother can't be persuaded, even after she is warned about the Lenape in that area.

The Lenape come and kill all the Hutchinson family, except for Susanna. She resists, but they take her captive and soon she is in the Lenape village.

This is a historical fiction about Susanna Hutchinson, who was a real person that did get taken captive by Indians.

This is the first time I've heard of Susanna Hutchinson, but the book was an interesting read and the author's note explains about the real Susanna and her family. It was a good book.