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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
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
Old Indian Days By Charles Alexander Eastman
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Charles Alexander Eastman (Sioux: Ohiyesa) was a Native American author, physician and reformer. He was active in politics and helped found the Boy Scouts of America. With illustrations in color by... More > Dan Sayre Groesbeck. CONTENTS: PART I. THE WARRIOR: The Love of Antelope -- The Love of Antelope -- The Madness of Bald Eagle -- The Singing Spirit -- The Famine -- The Chief Soldier -- The White Man’s Erreand -- The Grave of the Dog. PART II. THE WOMAN: Winona, The Woman-Child -- Winona, the Child-Woman -- Snana’s Fawn -- She-Who-Has-a-Soul --The Peace-Maker -- Blue Sky -- The Faithfulness of Long Ears -- The War Maiden -- Glossary. ILLUSTRATIONS: The Old Woman Screamed and Wept as She Rowed Him Across the River -- Thus Standing, the Lover Sang a Dirge of His Own Making -- I Remained Motionless and Silent -- Look! Look! The War Maiden Comes!< Less
The Reluctant Warrior - The Journey Begins By Charles Green
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Joel Richards leaves his family’s West Virginia farm in 1863 to join the Union army where he becomes a highly-skilled, decorated cavalryman, After the war he returns home finding the farm in... More > disrepair; his father alone and dying. Joel’s family had been severely beaten by deserters causing the death of his mother and sister. Upon his fathers passing, he sells the farm and heads for Texas in search of a place to fulfill a promise made to his dying father; there he hires on with the Single Six Ranch to drive 2500 head of longhorns to Dodge City. Joel’s unique cavalry talents come into play against marauding Indians, cattle rustlers and a confrontation with a war time foe. Romance and more trouble lay ahead in Dodge City; trouble that will follow Joel all the way to the Wyoming Territory where he travels in pursuit of his quest.< Less
Shadows In The Forest: Woodland Warriors Of The Mississippi Valley By Tim L. Jarvis
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Shadows In The Forest is written in two parts. The first part is dedicated to the woodland Indians who called the Mississippi Valley their home for centuries. Using primary source documentation,... More > award winning author Tim L. Jarvis provides a history of this once great and powerful Algonquian speaking Illinois Confederacy. The second part is dedicated towards conducting a historically accurate portrayal of a non-nation specific woodland Indian. As a living history interpreter, the author wants to share the knowledge that he has gained through research, along with his personal experiences from years of living history reenacting and experimental archaeology, to help you as the reader become a better living history reenactor. The goal is to provide the reader with quality information on how to conduct a more accurate woodland Indian portrayal.< Less
The Indian Captive - A Narrative of the Captivity and Suffering of Zadock Steele By Zadock Steele
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In the predawn hours of October 16, 1780, the settlement of Royalton, Vermont was attacked by Indians under the command of a British Lieutenant named Horton. The residents were rousted out of their... More > beds by the screaming horde of painted warriors as their once peaceful village was plundered and burned. Murder and mayhem were everywhere. People watched helplessly as their wives, husbands and children were put to death and their homes were burned. They suffered unspeakable pain and suffering at the hands of their attackers. Some were taken captive and forced to march through the wilderness to Canada as prisoners to be turned over to the British or to be tortured and killed. Zadock Steele was taken captive and managed to survive and return to his home. This is his story as told by himself.< Less