Long Knife

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 18, 2010 - Fiction - 512 pages
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Two centuries ago, with the support of the young Revolutionary government, George Robers Clark led a small but fierce army west from Virigina to conquer all the territory between the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Here is the adventure, the romance, the struggle, and the betrayal of his life. Rich in the heroic characters, meticulously researched detail and grand scale that have become James Alexander Thom's trademarks, LONG KNIFE, his first historical epic, is simply unforgettable.


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Contents

Clarks Point Indiana Territory1809
3
Caroline County VirginiaNovember 1777
31
Williamsburg VirginiaDecember 1777
37
Williamsburg VirginiaJanuary 1778
57
On the Ohio RiverMay 1778
85
DetroitJune 1778
100
Into the Illinois CountryJune 1778
113
Kaskaskia Illinois CountryJuly 4 1778
130
Vincennes Wabash Valley
316
Vincennes Wabash Valley
350
Kaskaskia Illinois CountryApril 1779
366
Kaskaskia Illinois CountryMay 1779
384
St Louis Upper Louisiana Territory
394
Louisville KentuckySeptember 1779
401
St Louis Upper Louisiana Territory
411
Cahokia Illinois CountryMay 29 1780
427

Kaskaskia Illinois CountryJuly 8 1778
154
St Louis Upper Louisiana Territory
169
St Louis Upper Louisiana Territory
198
DetroitAugust 1778
220
Cahokia Illinois CountryAugust 1778
226
DetroitOctober 7 1778
242
Kaskaskia Illinois Country
262
Kaskaskia Illinois Country
275
Ohio ValleyJune 14 1780
439
Ohio ValleyJuly 25 1780
445
St Louis Upper Louisiana Territory
461
Locust Grove Kentucky1812
471
February 13 1818
483
Richmond Virginia1913
491
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