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Finished reading :THE AMISH SEAMSTRESS, I’m married to a Stoltzfus, from the amish,he is related to the Lantz, & there is a story from this family of an Native lady as 2great grand mothers ago . So I’m asking how much off this story is facts & where did you do you do your research? THANK YOU.
Thank you so much for your comment! One of the books we relied on was A Clash of Cultures: Native Americans and Colonialism in Lancaster County, PA by Darvin L. Martin. http://www.masthof.com/bookstore/bookstore_viewbook.php?id=2801
There are many other books on the topic and quite a bit online also.
As far as fact vs fiction in our story, the big events are factual, but the individuals (except for historic figures) are fictional. Best wishes in your research!
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