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Indians By J.R. Magill
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Indians is a comic book classic full restored and renewed (while keeping the pages as original as possible) by New Destiny Comics. This Golden Age Comic features 48 pages, containing a variety of... More > exciting Indian stories! To see more of these selections, visit www.newdestinycomics.com We are giving old comics a NEW DESTINY!< Less
Tom Quick the Indian Slayer By James E. Quinlan
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One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day. Born in 1734 of Dutch... More > ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick’s future. He acquired the title of “The Avenger of the Delaware” and the rest of his life was caught up waging war against the Indians.< Less
Tom Quick the Indian Slayer By James E. Quinlan
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One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day. Born in 1734 of Dutch... More > ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick’s future. He acquired the title of “The Avenger of the Delaware” and the rest of his life was caught up waging war against the Indians.< Less
The Old Indian Chronicle By S. G. Drake
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This book is a collection of pamphlets circulated from 1675 and 1676. These are first hand accounts of the events that took place between the first settler to Massachusetts and the Native Tribes... More > which lead to King Philip's War. They were compiled, edited and reprinted by Samuel G. Drake in 1836. The final chapter includes a timeline he compiled of the events from 1492 to March 1836.< Less
Indian Braves ~ Vol. 3 By L. Starling
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Indian Braves #3 is a comic book classic fully restored and renewed (while keeping the pages as original as possible) by New Destiny Comics. This Golden Age Comic features 35 pages, containing a... More > variety of exciting Indian stories! To see more of these selections, visit www.newdestinycomics.com We are giving old comics a NEW DESTINY!< 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
A Soldier From Virginia (The French & Indian War) By Issued by R. Fulgham, MA, SCV, LION PUBLISHING, INC., Burton Stevenson
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An account of an American Colonial solider during the French and Indian War. A first-person, "I was there" account of the defeat of British Col. Braddock by a guerilla attack force of... More > combined French soldiers and Indian warriors. Present was the Colonel's aide, a young military aide named George Washington, soon to be Father of the United States of America. It's a rare and fascinating look into the mind of a Colonial American who decides to be soldier and fight for his Queen and State - the State of Virginia. Book form available at minimum price. I'm particular proud of finding this one.< Less
Betty Zane: Western Heroine in American Revolutionary War By Zane Grey
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Elizabeth "Betty" Zane McLaughlin Clark was William Andrew Zane and Nancy Ann Zane's daughter. She was honored as a heroine of the Revolutionary War on the American frontier. In 1769,... More > Ebenezer, Silas and Jonathan who were Zane brothers migrated from Moorefield, Hardy County, West Virginia and finally settled at present-day Wheeling, Ohio County, West Virginia. The other Zane family’s members later joined them at the new residence. On September 11, 1782, in accordance to a historical marker in Wheeling, the Zane family was being chased in Fort Henry by American Indian enemies. During the fight, her father was wounded and fell from the top of the fort right in front of her while Betty was loading a Kentucky rifle. The chief of the fort said, "We have lost two men, one Mr. Zane and the other gentlemen, and we need black gunpowder."< Less
The Indian Capture of Jacob (Kneisle) Nicely By Ronald Earl Nicely
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The Four-Mile Run, located near the town of Ligonier, PA, was the scene of many conflicts and captures during the time from 1760 through 1790. The story of the (Kneisle) Nicely family is just one of... More > stories from this area. The Knusli Mennonite ancestors originated in Zurich Switzerland and traveled through London to Philadelphia and then to Lancaster, PA in 1717. The (Kneisle) Nicely descendant line moved to a homestead near Four-Mile Run Circa 1761. This book covers their journeys and the Indian capture of Jacob Kneisle. It is a remarkable story covering his capture, his life as a Native American, and the reunion of his descendants with the Nicely family 228 years after his capture. Nicely presents several other capture stories to give the reader a historic view of the dangerous conditions that existed around Four-Mile Run during the Revolutionary War. His interest in genealogy led him to the capture of Jacob Kneisle (Nicely), known by his Native American name of Tsu-Ka-We or Crow.< Less
American Hero By Stuart Matranga
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THE HISTORY OF AMERICA like you’ve never learned it before! From First Contact in 1492 to the Conquest of the West in the 1890s! REAL PEOPLE: Columbus, Sacagawea, Franklin, Washington,... More > Lincoln, Sojourner Truth, Teddy Roosevelt, Crazy Horse, & More! REAL EVENTS: Massacres, Witch Trials, Pirates, Revolutions, Indian Wars, Slave Revolts, Civil War, Civil Rights, & More! REAL WORDS: From Letters, Speeches, & Testimony! JOIN! An Immortal Teenager as He delivers Magic Gems to Champions of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness in AMERICA. AMERICAN HERO is the American adventure filled with passion, drama, action, romance, comedy, intrigue, and, because sometimes it is not self-evident, The Truth!< Less