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The Thigpen Indian Tribe Family History By Lanette Hill
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Fitzpen/Phippen/Thigpen families of England, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida. This genealogical book is filled with lots of information about a family of adventure, hopes and dreams. Lots of... More > Facts and proven data. Researching and typing and recording the data into a Database; then converting the data into book format using the software this author has a book filled with lots of data and family lines. This author takes the line down in Florida area. Check to see if your line might be connected to these Thigpen family members.< Less
Jacob The Indian By Matthew Misbach, Stori Misbach
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Jacob was captured by the Indians as a little boy and was raised as their own. After a treaty was made he was returned to the white people, but his parents were unknown. Based on the life of Jacob... More > Persinger (1749-1841).< Less
INDIANS ROCK By E. J. Remington
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In this contemporary ficticious short story, Beth gets locked in a cold office and forgotten for hours, because the play's director thinks she'll throw a fit when she shows up for tryouts dressed in... More > a revealing costume. Beth thinks Indians rock and blonde hair and blue eyes shouldn't exclude a person from being cast as one. Happy Thanksgiving everyone this is free through Thanksgiving but remember it is Christian domestic discipline and as such contains mild spanking, so use your own discretion!< Less
Indian Tales By Patrick O'Meara
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“Indian Tales” is a fascinating account of a British-Colonial military family who lived in India during the days of the British Empire and ended in 1947 at the time of Indian... More > Independence. It has all the elements of an historical novel – adventures, human relationships, tragedy, with a pleasant mixture of humorous anecdotes. The use of first-person narrative, in this case, is very effective, since it traces the life of a young lad growing up in India. The writing is polished and the use of anecdotes is a way of propelling the narrative.< Less
Cowboys and Indians By Keith G. Laufenberg
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“Cowboys and Indians” is a look back into history and it explores the entire continent of America which was originally inhabited by Native Americans, none of whom had, or have ever, any... More > familial ties to Amerigo Vespucci, the Italian explorer who was said to have discovered America. The theme throughout is the undeniable fact that the earth upon which we all live is being systematically strangled, drilled, poisoned, beaten and bartered to death. The undeniable truth shows us that the European immigrants had a philosophical difference with the Native Americans that they encountered living on the shores that they invaded and vanquished and always with the same thought in mind: to steal the land from the ignorant Indians, ignorant because they showed no knowledge of the financial worth of the land, the minerals inside of it and the animals living upon it.< Less
Cowboy and Indian By Darryl Sollerh
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"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED...A BOOK THAT WILL STAY WITH YOU A LONG TIME." READERS' FAVORITE REVIEWS, AND SILVER MEDAL AWARD WINNER When Billy, a down-on-his-luck rodeo rider with a saddle-bag full... More > of unrealized dreams wakes up in an emergency room to find both his legs have been broken in a freak accident, he thinks his life is over. Which is exactly how Mira, a smart, beautiful, East-Indian-bred physical therapist feels, barely surviving here on an expired visa against her family's wishes, watching her dreams fade like a Texas sunset. Yet this is exactly how Billy and Mira end up in a shotgun relationship of necessity -- each feeling hog-tied by circumstances, each hellbent to find a new reason to hope -- only to soon find themselves battling each other, confusing, rattling and exposing them in ways they would have never dreamed possible -- all so a cowboy and Indian can finally discover a fierce, raw love capable of winning their wily but true hearts.< Less
COWBOY AND INDIAN By Darryl Sollerh
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"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED...A BOOK THAT WILL STAY WITH YOU A VERY LONG TIME." READERS' FAVORITE REVIEWS, AND SILVER MEDAL AWARD WINNER When Billy, a down-on-his-luck rodeo rider with a saddle-bag... More > full of unrealized dreams wakes up in an emergency room to find both his legs have been broken in a freak accident, he thinks his life is over. Which is exactly how Mira, a smart, beautiful, East-Indian-bred physical therapist feels, barely surviving here on an expired visa against her family's wishes, watching her dreams fade like a Texas sunset. Yet this is exactly how Billy and Mira end up in a shotgun relationship of necessity -- each feeling hog-tied by circumstances, each hellbent to find a new reason to hope -- only to soon find themselves battling each other, confusing, rattling and exposing them in ways they would have never dreamed possible -- all so a cowboy and Indian can finally discover a fierce, raw love capable of winning their wily but true hearts. "HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" PACIFIC BOOK REVIEW< Less
Indian smoke signals, Paul! By david heckel
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Indian smoke signals, Paul! By writer author David Heckel. This is a short humorous 2 page story about a young lad, and a middle age indian offeing his worldly wisdom.
Indian smoke signals, Paul! By david heckel
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Indian smoke signals, Paul! By writer author David Heckel. This is a short humorous 2 page story about a young lad, and a middle age indian offeing his worldly wisdom.
Something About That Indian! By Bridgitte Lesley
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Stewart was at a point where he needed help. A normal household had a wife and mother to take control. He didn’t have any of that. He had single handedly raised three children. The solution... More > would be to hire a housekeeper. He was prepared to accept every term and condition. And he did. Running the household would no longer be a problem. The requests were a little odd though. There would be no meeting his housekeeper. No personal contact. Everything would be communicated via notes. She was their housekeeper. She was there to do a job. The requests were strange but Stewart accepted the ground rules. With everything running so smoothly, home was the place that he wanted to be. Then he met Raven. He couldn’t take his eyes off of her. Everything about Raven appealed to him. The family was petrified that they would lose their housekeeper. The little things that she did came to mean so much. And they did not want to lose her.< Less