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War Cry

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If you like Indian stories with a little bit of history, this book is for you. It contains four historic stories about our early frontier and some of the many problems the Native American Indians and the white man faced … wars, killings, savagery, scalpings, and other cruelties which were rampant during these times. Story #1, “A Man to Remember - Chief Washakie,” tells about a great chief and sub-chief of the Shoshone tribe who promoted peace and friendly relations between the white man and the Indians for over sixty years. Story #2, “Death in the Night” tells about a Comanche war party arriving at a white man’s cabin making a bloody, savage attack on the unsuspecting settlers. Story #3, “Iron Shirt” tells about one of the most vicious, blood thirsty, and cruel Comanche war chiefs in history. Story #4, “Savage Yosemites” tells about greedy gold miners warned to leave their claims and get out of the mountains as the... More > Indians were planning to attack their camps and drive them out.< Less
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Product Details

ISBN
9781329005051
Edition
First Edition
Published
March 20, 2015
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
68.45 KB
Product ID
22093390

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Printable? Yes
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