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Indian Creek By Kevin Bozard
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A serial killer terrorizes campers at a creek-side campground in the North Carolina mountains.
Indian Creek By Kevin Bozard
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A serial killer terrorizes campers at a creek-side campground in the North Carolina mountains.
Indian Creek Muse By Edited by Michelle Tripp
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Talented local writers and photographers contribute their best to this amazing anthology. From a story about a soldier returning home from Iraq to a poem about the tragic but hilarious death of... More > a butterfly, you'll be moved and entertained from page one. Immerse yourself in the writing of those who are the true beauty of the Treasure Valley--its people. < Less
Indian Creek Muse By Edited by Michelle Tripp
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Talented local writers and photographers contribute their best to this amazing anthology. From a story about a soldier returning home from Iraq to a poem about the tragic but hilarious death of a... More > butterfly, you'll be moved and entertained from page one. Immerse yourself in the writing of those who are the true beauty of the Treasure Valley--its people.< Less
Indian Creek Yearbook 2012/2013 By ICHS Yearbook Staff
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Please enjoy the 2012/ 2013 ICHS yearbook by the Yearbook Staff.
Eternity Creek By Dee Lunbeck
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ETERNITY CREEK is a small stream hidden away in the western mountains. Somewhere along its banks, over the centuries, have passed Indians, rock hounds, and a few ranchers, and now a young man finds... More > himself lost there, quietly searching for his past, yet destined to find his future in that confused quest. The stream, like the story, has its reflective pools of history, romance, tragedy, mystery, and its lost and re-found loves. As it flows, as it must, to mix with the unmeasured ocean, so too do the lives of its visitors while inviting the reader to travel across part of its mysterious route and to take a symbolic swallow of its secret waters.< Less
Indian Creek: A Coffee Table Journey into Clemson's Experimental Forest By Brad Faber
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Indian Creek: A Coffee Table Journey into Clemson's Experimental Forest exposes the reader to the beauty and importance of Clemson University's Experimental Forest, in particular, the Indian Creek... More > region.< Less
Indian Creek: A Coffee Table Journey into Clemson's Experimental Forest By Brad Faber
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Indian Creek: A Coffee Table Journey into Clemson's Experimental Forest exposes the reader to the beauty and importance of Clemson University's Experimental Forest, in particular, the Indian Creek... More > region.< Less
The Indian Wars By Robert F. (Bob) Turpin
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This book contains three Indian war stories which are only three of the many bloody conflicts between the Plains Indians and the Pony Soldiers (U. S. troops). The Indian tribes made a gallant,... More > all-out effort to drive the white-eyes (settlers) from their lands, but the fight was doomed from the beginning. Nevertheless, the Indians were determined to put up one hell of a fight, and they did, many to the bitter, heartbreaking death. A few of the tribes were quick to realize their cause was lost. The settlers appeared like leaves of trees. There was no end to them. For every white man the Indian killed, ten more took his place. After overwhelming defeat, the Indians refused to lay down their weapons and quit. They were a proud, honorable, and religious people who would always remember their heritage.< Less
Noccalula, the Story of an Indian Maiden By Janice Price-Gattis
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This is a fictional story based on the writings of Mathilde Bilbro of how Black Creek Falls became Noccalula Falls. The story of is well known to the locals in the area. It tells how Noccalula, a... More > Cherokee Indian maiden, was being forced by her father to married a Chief from a neighboring Creek Indian tribe. Her father arranged a marriage between Noccalula and a Creek Indian Chief in order to bring peace between the two Indian nations, but she was in love with a warrior in her own tribe. It is told that on her wedding day,rather than marry a man she did not love, she leaped to her death into the ravine by the falls. The falls have been known as Noccalula Falls ever since that fateful day.< Less