When the Seneca Indians destroy Fort Springfield in the Connecticut River Valley, only one white citizen lives. The Great Sachem, chief of the Iriquois nations, finds a sturdily built white baby boy and impulsively decides to take him to their village. Raised as the son of this chief in the Seneca village, the boy grows to be a full and proud member of the clan . . . but eventually the white populations come back to the area and once he meets them, the white indian boy's life becomes an adventure he could never foresee.
His Land. The vast, virgin ocean of trees was his empire. He was REnno, the White
Indian, the mightiest of all the Seneca braves. Now the settlers came to sweep over his home and hunting grounds, with their strange ways, their fiery weapons==and with the
beautiful Englishwoman Deborah. HER LAND. Both English and French claimed the verdant New World. Some came to settle, some to steal and wage war. Each man woman and child
found a new life. A harsh yet thrilling fate awaited Deborah-one that few women dared
dream and fewer still would ever know.