Fighting Tuscarora: The Autobiography of Chief Clinton Rickard
The autobiography of Chief Rickard, who fought for the recognition of his Tuscarora nation throughout his life. He led his people in the Indian resistance to federal policies, and founded the Indian Defense League of America.
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