|He Saw to the People of His Flock
|FES Title:||Page-108 = He saw to the people of his flock, toiling slowly + painfully up the steep ascent.|
|Alternate Titles:||The Captives, after the massacre of Deerfield, are taken into Canada. (1934, 1936); Refuges
[sic] from Deerfield 
|Size:||30.25″H x 21.25″W|
|Published:|| Smith, Mary P. Wells. The Boy Captive of Old Deerfield. Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1929: frontispiece.
caption: Oioteet refused and drove his captive, his pack on his back, up the steep mountainside. FRONTISPIECE. See page 110.
|Inscription:||lr: Frank E. Schoonover / ’29|
|Annotations:||en verso: 1721|
|Exhibitions:||1934 Wesleyan; 1936 William Penn; 1962 FES|
|Comments:|| TP 11/18/04; Form 1/18/04; index; edit;
|Provenance:||Jean Van Sant, Elkton, Maryland; private collection (January 2006)|