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Boys' Book of Indian Warriors By Edwin L. Sabin
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It was in early spring, about the year 1644, that the warrior Piskaret of the Adirondack tribe of the Algonkins set forth alone from the island Allumette in the Ottawa River, Canada, to seek his... More > enemies the Iroquois. For there long had been bitter, bitter war between the vengeful Algonkins[1] and the cruel Hurons on the one side, and the proud, even crueler Five Nations of the Iroquois on the other side. At first the Adirondacks had driven the Mohawks out of lower Canada and into northern New York; but of late all the Algonkins, all the Hurons, and the French garrisons their allies, had been unable to stem the tide of the fierce Iroquois, rolling back into Canada again.< Less
Boys' Book of Indian Warriors and Heroic Indian Women By Edwin L. (Edwin Legrand) Sabin
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Boys' Book of Indian Warriors and Heroic Indian Women (Illustrated) By Edwin L. Sabin
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When the white race came into the country of the red race, the red race long had had their own ways of living and their own code of right and wrong. They were red, but they were thinking men and... More > women, not mere animals. This book is written according to the Indian's view of matters, so that we may be better acquainted with his thoughts. The Indians now living do not apologize for what their fathers and grandfathers did. A man who defends what he believes are his rights is a patriot, whether they really are his rights, or not.< Less
"Odin and the Indians" or How I was Chased by Apache Indian Warriors in Arizona By Ragnar Storyteller
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When I lived in Arizona for 20 yeras, one of my best friends was WILLI WHITEFEATHER. He was a Cherokee medicine man. He invited me to the sacred caves of the Hopi Inidans at Four Corners, Arizona.... More > Apparantly two Apache Warriors did not like the idea of my being on Indian sacred ground. They chased me down the highway and tried to kill me by crashing my truck into one of the huge sacred rocks. Only Odin's intervention saved my live.< Less
"Odin and the Indians" or How I was Chased by Apache Indian Warriors in Arizona By Ragnar Storyteller
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When I lived in Arizona for 20 yeras, one of my best friends was WILLI WHITEFEATHER. He was a Cherokee medicine man. He invited me to the sacred caves of the Hopi Inidans at Four Corners, Arizona.... More > Apparantly two Apache Warriors did not like the idea of my being on Indian sacred ground. They chased me down the highway and tried to kill me by crashing my truck into one of the huge sacred rocks. Only Odin's intervention saved my live.< Less
Warrior Brothers By Erik Gordon Bainbridge
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In this science fiction novel, Carlos Jackson is a California Native American who is marooned on a primitive planet 50 light years from Earth with his teenage son Cody. Cody and his buddy Tobin... More > laughingly let itinerant monks anoint them as the reincarnations of mythical ancient warriors, but the joke turns sour when Tobin is abducted from the planet. Rescuing him means treading a treacherous path between myth and reality, with an opportunity they can't imagine waiting for them at the end - if they survive. The book's preface contains historical information about California's Coast Miwok and Kashaya-Pomo Indian people. This book is being sold on Lulu for one dollar less than its $13.95 price in bookstores. Learn more at www.warrriorbrothers.com< Less
Warriors of Vishaka By Rosaryman
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Lieutenant Arjun Dharmchand was asked by Major Vikas Singh to solve the mystery of unknown slaughter of people and the legend of warriors of Vishaka in the village called Kaviyatri situated in the... More > Nilgiris region of Karnataka.There was habitation of people who would neither come out of the Vishaka hills nor allow anyone to enter their area.If anyone dare to came, history knows that they were slaughtered.They just don't kill people they slaughter them. Two centuries gone,from British police to Genius' of Scotland Yard, about one thousand men killed still no one knows who they are, except their Identity given by Locals as The Warriors of Vishaka. What others were not able to do from two centuries Lt. Arjun or The Indian Sherlock Holmes did it within two days and very two days. What was his plan ? How did he do that ? Who was he? Read this masterpiece of Rosaryman to get the unbelievable answers-"Warriors of Vishaka" - The legendary Manhunt.< Less
little native indian boy By Keith Lee Stone Junior
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little native indian boy is about Native Indian Cries that, Native Indians had to drink up like Alcohol. I wrote Poems in here about Native Indian Problems and Native Indian Heartache and Native... More > Indian Heart break. Plus deaths and dying of Native Indian Warriors. Merry Christmas December 25, 2015 to all of my Poetry Readers. I love you and thank you for your support. I hope that you enjoy this New Poetry Book to you Native Indian Little Boys out there!< 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
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 who tells how Black Creek Falls became Noccalula Falls. The story of Noccalula Falls is well known to the locals in the area. It... More > tells how Noccalula, a Cherokee Indian maiden, was being forced by her father to married a Chief from a neighboring tribe. Her father arranged a marriage between Noccalula and a Creek Indian Chief in order to bring peace between the two Indian nations. Noccalula was in love with a warrior within 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