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An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family By Thomas Jefferson
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 58 pp. Multiple copies available.
An Appendix to the Notes on Virginia Relative to the Murder of Logan's Family By Thomas Jefferson
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Photographic facsimile reprint of original. All pages accounted for and legible. 58 pp. Multiple copies available.
Descendants of April Tkikami Hop By JD Weeks
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Some descendants of April Tkikami Hop. If you descend from Moseley, Vann, Barnes, or Bussey families from Pike and Montgomery counties in Alabama, your family may be of Shawnee descent and included... More > here.< Less
Descendants of April Tkikami Hop By JD Weeks
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Some descendants of April Tkikami Hop. If you descend from Moseley, Vann, Barnes, or Bussey families from Pike and Montgomery counties in Alabama, your family may be of Shawnee descent and included... More > here.< Less
Ciicothe’s Seven Rivers: (Ciicothe’s Neeswathway Theepay) By J.R. Johnson
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It is 1963 when a half-breed twelve-year-old from Ohio decides to follow through with a daredevil move that leaves him injured and at the bottom of a sand pit. A short time later, after his rescue,... More > the boy recovers in bed—a captive audience to another one of his Grandma Wick’s stories. With an Indian smoking pipe firmly wedged between her teeth, Grandma Wick leads the boy back into the 1800’s as she spins this fascinating tale about a Shawnee Indian girl and her life with her people. Ciicothe worked as a slave and abolitionist who eventually assimilated into the white world while displaying an unending love for her family. With additional insight from his Grandma Lu, the story ultimately reveals dark, long-held family secrets that include a shocking revelation about the first assassination of a United States president. Ciicothe’s Seven Rivers shares the tale of a half-Native American boy whose grandmothers weave the legend of a Shawnee woman that ultimately unveils his lineage and dark family secrets.< Less
Ciicothe’s Seven Rivers: (Ciicothe’s Neeswathway Theepay) By J.R. Johnson
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It is 1963 when a half-breed twelve-year-old from Ohio decides to follow through with a daredevil move that leaves him injured and at the bottom of a sand pit. A short time later, after his rescue,... More > the boy recovers in bed—a captive audience to another one of his Grandma Wick’s stories. With an Indian smoking pipe firmly wedged between her teeth, Grandma Wick leads the boy back into the 1800’s as she spins this fascinating tale about a Shawnee Indian girl and her life with her people. Ciicothe worked as a slave and abolitionist who eventually assimilated into the white world while displaying an unending love for her family. With additional insight from his Grandma Lu, the story ultimately reveals dark, long-held family secrets that include a shocking revelation about the first assassination of a United States president. Ciicothe’s Seven Rivers shares the tale of a half-Native American boy whose grandmothers weave the legend of a Shawnee woman that ultimately unveils his lineage and dark family secrets.< Less
Where Once They Stood: The Colonial and Early Republic Ancestors of Alpheus Appenheimer and America Swango By BJ Omanson
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The colonial and Early Republic ancestors of Alpheus Appenheimer & America Swango included Pilgrims, Puritans, militiamen, frontiersmen, longhunters, "Overmountain Men," rangers &... More > scouts. They helped to open frontiers in seven states, including Kentucky, Tennessee & the "Lost State" of Franklin, & fought in every major American war from the Pequot War to the War of 1812. Three were at Point Pleasant, three at Valley Forge, three with George Rogers Clark, at least thirteen at Kings Mountain, and twenty-three were either killed or taken captive by Wampanoags, Narragansetts, Delaware, Shawnee, Cherokee or Wyandotts. And then there was "Little Abe" Swango from Kentucky who carried his longrifle on foot for over 1500 miles, from the Thames Campaign in Canada where Tecumseh was killed, to the Battle of New Orleans where the cream of British regulars met the squirrel-hunters from Kentucky and Tennessee.< 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
Jacob Persinger By Matthew Misbach
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A collection of information and stories about Jacob Persinger and his family. It includes a reproduction of The Life of Jacob Persinger, Who was taken by the Shawnee Indians when an infant. Which... More > was originally written by Jacob's Son Joseph. It also contains a short account of the Indian troubles in Missouri; and a sketch of the Adventures of the author. Jacob Persinger was born in Virginia about the year 1735. When an infant he was captured by the Shawnee Indians and carried to Old Chilicoth, in the State of Ohio, with thirty other children.< Less
In the Midst of Danger: The Johnston Chronicles Book One By Marla Fair
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In 1802 John Johnston and his young bride, Rachel, left Philadelphia, headed for Fort Wayne deep in the heart of the Indian Territory. They knew the journey would be perilous, but they did not expect... More > that, once they had reached the safety of the fort, they would find themselves... IN THE MIDST OF DANGER. Inspired by the real lives of John and Rachel Johnston. In the Midst of Danger is a publication of the Johnston Farm Friends Council. All profits go to support the Johnston Farm and Indian Agency.< Less

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