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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
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
Indian King By Jason James King
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Fifty years of peace followed by total war. FIRST AMERICAN WAR. Fifty years of peace followed the first Thanksgiving in Plymouth and by 1675 the natives and the colonists shared the same clothes,... More > food, music, aspirations, humor and ambitions. Then by 1676 the bloodiest war America would ever see erupted and everyone was either a killer or a victim. The Indian King was the son of Massasoit, the chief who taught the colonists how to survive after they left the Mayflower sick, starving and at each other’s throats. The Indian King viewed the arrival of the English differently than his father. Hunted by Benjamin Church, the father of American ranging, Church nixed the war manuals and the for pomp-filled, ceremonial combat which saw the English decimated in every fight and Church taught the colonist’s the native’s last lesson.< Less
Cowboys & Indians By AM Sardar
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What happens when Cowboys meet real Indians. A cross-culture clash of the most extreme kind when a Texan Construction company is hired by an Indian tycoon to build the first Western theme-park in... More > Mumbai. Dallas Jones and his American team must co-ordinate multiple antagonistic nationalities in an unfamiliar land to achieve the demanding deadlines. Seema, the head-strong local coordinator struggles to work with chauvinistic Avinash on the team as mutual attraction and life-style expectations lead to clashes in the work place. And all the while someone is trying to kill Moti Lal; family, friends and enemies become increasingly difficult to identify as the project nears completion. Can Dallas Jones avoid the flirtatious Mrs Lalita Lal, will Seema be seduced by the smooth talking Pakistani architect and why does Avinash find the transvestite Jeevan so alluring? Destitute orphans, menacing gangsters, mysterious terrorists, bribe-seeking policemen and a potential Indo-Pak War lead to an explosive climax.< 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
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
Indian Why Stories: Sparks from War Eagle’s Lodge-Fire By Frank B. Linderman
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Indian Why Stories: Sparks from War Eagle’s Lodge-Fire By Frank B. Linderman. There is a wide difference between folk-lore of the so-called Old World and that of America. Transmitted orally... More > through countless generations, the folk-stories of our ancestors show many evidences of distortion and of change in material particulars; but the Indian seems to have been too fond of nature and too proud of tradition to have forgotten or changed the teachings of his forefathers. Childlike in simplicity, beginning with creation itself, and reaching to the whys and wherefores of nature's moods and eccentricities, these tales impress me as being well worth saving. I propose to tell what I know of these legends, keeping as near as possible to the Indian's style of story-telling, and using only tales told me by the older men of the Blackfeet, Chippewa, and Cree tribes.< Less