Charles Killbuck: An Indian's Story of the Border Wars of the American Revolution

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Kessinger Publishing, Mar 1, 2005 - Fiction - 332 pages
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1902. Contents: A Lesson in Treaties; A Bribe; Messages from Congress; Eavesdropping; Evangeline; A Visit to the Home of Joshua the Mohican; In Which I Make My First Attempt at Courting; I am Kindly Assisted in Performing a Difficult Task; In Which I am Bothered with a Difficult Question; The Meeting in the Glen; A Plan; New Arrivals; The Rescue; A Christmas Carol; The Great War Council; A Deserter's Story; An Unsuccessful Mission; A Welcome Message; From Gnadenhutten to Barren Hill; I Meet General Washington; Some Scalps are Wroth a Price; Home Again; The Treaty with the United States; The Death of Captain White Eyes; A Letter; A Secret Visit; The Siege; Help at Last; I Witness the Burning of the Council House; At Home on Killbuck's Island; The Swiftest Rider of the West; A Venture; At the Mercy of an Enemy; On Parole; The Attack on Killbuck's Island; Some Scattering Reports of a Tragedy; An Errand of Mercy; A Savage's Revenge; A Sign-A Familiar Voice-And So It Ended.

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