Calling Crow

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Berkley Books, 1995 - Fiction - 309 pages
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First in a powerful new trilogy capturing the unbreakable spirit of a proud people. When an army of Spanish conquistadors descend upon the land that is now known as Georgia and South Carolina, the peaceful Muskogee are forced into captivity . . . and Calling Crow, their beloved chief, is enslaved. But he vows to free his people.

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User Review  - bicyclewriter - LibraryThing

Fun book, well written. I get the impression the author created a story from a rough approximation of history in the early days of the Spanish invasion of the SE - Florida and such. I'm fine with that ... Read full review


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Clayton was born and raised on the eastern seaboard and was drafted and sent to Vietnam as a foot soldier shortly after graduating high school. After leaving the service in '70', he went to University where he majored in Literature. After University he worked as a disabled veterans' employment counselor, a shipfitter, a technical writer, and apprentice blacksmith, a substitute teacher, a joiner, and a lot of other things.

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