Wild Life Among the Red Men

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 2005 - History - 300 pages
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1902. Superbly illustrated with phototype and wood engravings. Containing a full account of their customs, traits of character, superstitions, modes of warfare, traditions, etc., including fantastic war dances; mysterious medicine men; desperate Indian braves; tortures of prisoners; daring deeds; adventures of the chase, etc., together with thrilling incidents; bloody wars; strange marriage customs; famous chiefs; efforts to civilize the red men of the forest, etc. Contents: Early Discoveries; More about the Early Days; First Settlers and Their Dangers; Stories of Thrilling Interest; Miles Standish and the Pilgrims; The Pequods and Roger Williams; King Philip and the Indian Wars; Strange Superstitions; Troubles on the Frontier; Story of Braddock's Defeat; French and Indian War; Renowned Chiefs and Their Famous Deeds; Story of Daniel Boone; The Great Tecumseh; Seminole and Black Hawk War; The Bloody Modoc War; and Troubles with Indians in the Southwest.

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