Eunice Williams, The Unredeemed Captive New England The book The Unredeemed Captive is probably the best history of this event ever written I descend from many of the Deerfield families, almost everyone EXCEPT Rev Williams. An Unredeemed Captive Chapter Kellscraft An Unredeemed Captive Content Page HOME An Unredeemed Captive Chapter I Of the Settlement of Deerfield John Eliot and the Indians The Purchase of the Deerfield Grant from the Savages by Major Pynchon The First Minister and the First Tavern. An unredeemed captive Clifton Johnson An unredeemed captive being a story of Eunice Williams, who at the age of seven years, was carried away from Deerfield by the Indians in the year , and who lived among the Indians in Canada as one of them the rest of her life This book, An unredeemed captive, by Clifton Johnson, is a replication of a book originally published before . An Unredeemed Captive by Clifton Johnson Clifton Johnson was born in the village of Hockanum in Hadley, Massachusetts, on January , Johnson was an important literary figure with some published books and countless magazine and newspaper articles to his credit. An Unredeemed Captive Chapter Kellscraft An Unredeemed Captive Content Page Return to the Previous Chapter HOME Chapter VI Of the Return of Peace The Troubles of the Commission to Secure the Release of the Captives Held in Canada Eunice Refuses to Return Visits of Eunice and her Descendants to Their Old Home. The Unredeemed Captive WikiSummaries blog comments powered by Disqus John Deemos The Unredeemed Captive deals with the adoption of Eunice Williams by Indians at a time when the Puritan settlers of New England Colonies did not get on with their neighboring Indians.