Trouble at Fort La Pointe

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In 1732, Suzette's father, a French voyager, is accused of theft. She must use both sides of her heritage--her Ojibwa skills in the woods and her ability to read and speak French--to clear his name.
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display_descriptionNominated for the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Mystery: In 1732, a twelve-year-old girl of Ojibwe and French heritage must clear her father of a stealing charge-or risk being separated from him forever Suzette Choudoir always looks forward to summer, when her family leaves the Ojibwe people's winter camp and returns to the summer gathering place on La Pointe Island. This year her papa, a French fur trader, hopes to win a trappers' competition. If he does, he can remain with his family year-round, instead of paddling away to far-off Montreal in autumn. When someone steals a bale of valuable furs, however, suspicion falls on Papa. Determined to find the real thief, Suzette gathers clues and tries to track down the missing furs. But it will take all of her courage to clear her father's name. If she can't, her family will be forced to leave La Pointe Island in disgrace, and Suzette-a black-haired, blue-eyed girl of mixed cultural heritage-may never find a true home. This ebook includes a historical afterword.
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seriesAmerican Girl history mysteries
series_with_volumeAmerican Girl history mysteries|7
subject_facetDetective and mystery stories -- Juvenile literature
Electronic books
Fur traders -- Fiction
Fur traders -- Juvenile fiction
Indians of North America -- Superior, Lake, Region -- Fiction
Indians of North America -- Superior, Lake, Region -- Juvenile fiction
Mystery and detective stories
Ojibwa Indians -- Superior, Lake, Region -- Fiction
Ojibwa Indians -- Superior, Lake, Region -- Juvenile fiction
Racially mixed people -- Fiction
Racially mixed people -- Juvenile fiction
Sound recordings
Superior, Lake, Region -- Fiction
Superior, Lake, Region -- Juvenile fiction
title_displayTrouble at Fort La Pointe
title_fullTrouble at Fort La Pointe [electronic resource] Ernst, Kathleen, 1959-
Trouble at Fort La Pointe [sound recording] / by Kathleen Ernst
title_shortTrouble at Fort La Pointe
topic_facetDetective and mystery stories
Electronic books
Fur traders
Indians of North America
Mystery and detective stories
Ojibwa Indians
Racially mixed people