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The Last of the Mohicans By James Fenimore Cooper
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This story is set in the British province of New York during the French and Indian War, and concerns a Huron massacre (with passive French acquiescence) of from 500 to 1,500 unarmed Anglo-American... More > troops, who had honorably surrendered at Fort William Henry, plus some women and servants; the kidnapping of two sisters, daughters of the British commander; and their rescue by Hawkeye, the last two Mohicans, and others. Parts of the story may have been derived from the capture and death of Jane McCrea in July 1777 near Fort Edward, New York, by members of an Algonquian tribe.< Less
Tishomingo By Mary Ruth Hughes
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The story of Tishomingo is set against a backdrop of Indian Territory in the late 1890's. It centers on the people of the Chickasaw Nation, their way of life, politics and assimilation before... More > Oklahoma statehood. As the story unfolds, we follow Koi, a beautiful mixed-blood Chickasaw girl, as she grows into womanhood in Tishomingo, Indian Territory. Koi is in love with her childhood friend, Osi, a full-blood Chickasaw with whom she grew up. One day her life is forever changed with the arrival of Neville Cooper, a white man contracted by the federal government to conduct a census of the Five Civilized Tribes. His visit was like a stone dropped into the quiet waters of Pennington Creek, rippling outward to change the course of not only her life but everyone around her, in ways that none of them could have anticipated.< Less
Raid on Cochecho: Book Three of The Puritan Chronicles By Peni Jo Renner
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Grace Hampton is a nine-year-old orphan in 1676 Cochecho, New Hampshire. Her predictably mundane life is turned upside down when she overhears plans for an attack on local Indians, and then... More > immediately afterward, she meets Menane, a nine-year-old Pennacook boy who is also orphaned. When disaster strikes, the children's lives are irrevocably meshed together. Thirteen years later, they reunite as adults. Grace has become an industrious cheesemonger while Menane has developed an honorable status as a warrior in his tribe. When Menane's brother Kancamagus seeks revenge for the attack on their people, Menane risks his own life to save Grace from the inevitable siege.< Less
Raid On Cochecho: Book Three of the Puritan Chronicles By Peni Jo Renner
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Grace Hampton is a nine-year-old orphan in 1676 Cochecho, New Hampshire. Her predictably mundane life is turned upside down when she overhears plans for an attack on local Indians, and then... More > immediately afterward, she meets Menane, a nine-year-old Pennacook boy who is also orphaned. When disaster strikes, the children's lives are irrevocably meshed together. Thirteen years later, they reunite as adults. Grace has become an industrious cheesemonger while Menane has developed an honorable status as a warrior in his tribe. When Menane's brother Kancamagus seeks revenge for the attack on their people, Menane risks his own life to save Grace from the inevitable siege.< Less
Savage Destiny By Jewel Adams
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Blackhawk’s senses pulse in possessive yearning for the woman he took captive. Nothing will make him set her free, not even her own wild spirit. But can he save her from the dangers that come... More > from his own tribe and want her death? And when she believes he betrayed her and ordered her to be killed will she see past her hate and fear to find the love they once shared? Two beautiful people find a love worth fighting for in the wilderness of 1795 in the Northwest Territory of the American frontier. Let your emotions run through the smoke fires that dry buffalo meat, feel the biting sting of a knife’s killing blade and touch the love that finds ecstasy in SAVAGE DESTINY!< Less
Moccasins and Magic By The Abbotts
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Have you ever been drawn to the Native American Indian culture? The Abbotts believe that many people have lived a past life in the great tribes of the Indian Nation. Drawing on their own... More > considerable psychic contact with Indian spirit guides over twenty years and their own research into American Indian customs and myths, they have written this easy-to-understand guide to American Indian spirituality and daily life. Learn how to make a sweat lodge, contact your guides, astral travel, find your perfect partner and more!Exciting and unique! Large Print for easy reading!< Less
MOCCASINS AND MAGIC By THE ABBOTTS
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Have you ever been drawn to the Native American Indian culture? The Abbotts believe that many people have lived a past life in the great tribes of the Indian Nation. Drawing on their own... More > considerable psychic contact with Indian spirit guides over twenty years and their own research into American Indian customs and myths, they have written this easy-to-understand guide to American Indian spirituality and daily life. Learn how to make a sweat lodge, contact your guides, astral travel, find your perfect partner and more!Exciting and unique! Suitable for group learning! Large Print for easy reading!< Less
Lallooh By Douglas Blocker
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Life was hard on the Northwest American frontier during the genocidal wars of the European invaders against the original Indian inhabitants of the area. In the midst of the hatred and horrors of the... More > Yakima war bloomed a love between a young Euro-American boy and a young maiden of the Klickitat tribe. Their love was pure but it was not to be in the chaos and strife of a world so determined to tear them apart. < Less
Slip Slidin' Down Gold Mountain By Edward Orem
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There have gotta be better choices for a kid than beheading, hanging or slavery. Northern California, 1850's: Heroes and villains from three cultures (Native Peoples, Chinese, Anglo) collide... More > violently as they struggle to survive a raw, quickly-changing frontier society. A woman warrior-shaman from Mt. Shasta and a famous Cantonese martial hero join forces to fight for the rights of their peoples. During their struggles against the foreign invaders, the destinies of YANA and TAI-YING intertwine. They have a son, ISHI, and unite forces. Yana is faced with invading hordes of Anglo-European enemies who want to exterminate her tribe. Tai-Ying, famous “Red Stick” hero of Kwangtung and the chief Enforcer for the Hung Muhn Society,arrives in Chinatown as a problem solver for the newly-arrived Chinese laborers. And Ishi is just tryng to survive in the middle of a war for valuable turf between Tongs, northstate cattle ranchers and prominent Anglo businessmen.< Less
Slip Slidin' Down Gold Mountain By Edward Orem
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There have gotta be better choices for a kid than beheading, hanging or slavery. Northern California, 1850's: Heroes and villains from three cultures (Native Peoples, Chinese, Anglo) collide... More > violently as they struggle to survive a raw, quickly-changing frontier society. A woman warrior-shaman from Mt. Shasta and a famous Cantonese martial hero join forces to fight for the rights of their peoples. During their struggles against the foreign invaders, the destinies of YANA and TAI-YING intertwine. They have a son, ISHI, and unite forces. Yana is faced with invading hordes of Anglo-European enemies who want to exterminate her tribe. Tai-Ying, famous “Red Stick” hero of Kwangtung and the chief Enforcer for the Hung Muhn Society,arrives in Chinatown as a problem solver for the newly-arrived Chinese laborers. And Ishi is just tryng to survive in the middle of a war for valuable turf between Tongs, northstate cattle ranchers and prominent Anglo businessmen.< Less

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