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The Children of First Man

James Alexander Thom - Fiction - 1995 - 608 pages
Three hundred years before Columbus, Madoc, a Welsh prince, crosses the Atlantic to build a colony in the land he calls "Iarghal," where he and his descendants mingle blood ...
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Light a Distant Fire

Lucia St. Clair Robson - Fiction - 1991 - 10 pages
Recreates the world of the proud Seminole Indians of the Everglades, in a tale of Osceola, the great Seminole chieftain, as he is remembered by his daughter and wives, and his ...
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In the Hands of the Senecas

Walter Dumaux Edmonds - Fiction - 1947 - 213 pages
These stories tell how the Indians captured pioneer women on the warring frontier in revolutionary New York, how the rigours of frontier life affected the women and how, in ...
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Silken Savage

Catherine Hart - Fiction - 1985 - 476 pages
Captured by a party of Cheyenne while traveling through Colorado, Tanya Martin refuses to let her proud spirit be broken or her voluptuous body abused. But Tanya does not ...
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Freedom's Promise

Dianna Crawford - Fiction - 2000 - 314 pages
Seeking to build a new life for herself, Annie McGregor, a former indentured servant, joins a group of settlers led by Ike Reardon on a quest across the mountains to new lands ...
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Into the Prairie: The Pioneers

Rosanne Bittner - Fiction - 2004 - 253 pages
Jonah Wilde journeys into the prairies of Indiana with his wife and toddler son in the hopes of building a farming empire, a dream that is compromised by an encounter with the ...
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Nine Years Among the Indians, 1870-1879: The Story of the Captivity and Life ...

Herman Lehmann - Biography & Autobiography - 1927 - 235 pages
Provides an account of the author's experiences as a captive of the Mescalero Apaches, telling of his training to become a warrior, his exile after killing a medicine man in ...
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Maconaquah's story: the saga of Frances Slocum

Kitty Dye - Fiction - 2000 - 172 pages
Dramatizes the life of Frances Slocum, who was born into a Quaker family, abducted by Native Americans in 1778 at the age of five, and came to like her new life so much she ...
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