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A Sorrow in Our Heart: The Life of Tecumseh, Allan W. Eckert
1 Allan W. Eckert A Sorrow in Our Heart: The Life of Tecumseh
Smithmark Publishers 1994 0831758171 / 9780831758172 First Thus Hardcover Collectible - Very Good Very Good 
Signed and inscribed by Author. Stated 1st Edition - THUS (1994 by special arrangement with W.S. Konecky Associates and John Hawkins & Assoc.). No marks or writing observed in text. APrevious owner's name on ffep. Binding tight and square. Page edges veryloightly tanned. Gently read. . . . . . . . . . . 'My favorite party question is who was Tecumseh and why is his statute at Annapolis, the Naval Academy and why did Home Depot give his name to a little lawn mower engine? Most claim a vague familiarity with the name but nothing else. Allan Eckert in his wonderful,'narrative history' tells the story of this important Shawnee Indian and his struggle to unify Indian tribes to thesis that the flood of white settlers flooding over the Appilacians into what is now Indiana and Ohio. Tecumseh travelled widely pleading with tribes to unify to no avail. Eckert tells this story in a fascinating way describing Tecumseh's immense abilities and sacrifice. If Inwere King I would decree that every American and those wishing to become American read this and the many other Eckert books which so wonderfully tell the story of early history of this country starting with French and Indian Wars and focusing on the frontier. Meet Simon Kenton a real frontiersman and his experiences. What research and story telling. Tecumseh was a natural leader, with great physical, tactical and diplomatic skills. Read this book and meet him. Why General Sherman took his name as his middle name and why the wide spread respect by his opponents- he was the only Indian leader who forbid the torture of prisoners which was common practice with other Indian leaders.' -- Quietman 
Price: 49.95 USD
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The Captives of Abb's Valley: A Legend of Frontier Life, A Son Of Mary Moore
2 A Son Of Mary Moore The Captives of Abb's Valley: A Legend of Frontier Life
Sprinkle Publications January 2002 B007V4ZDE6 Hardcover Used - Very Good No Jacket 
Cover is clean and in good condition. Previous owner's name and green mark on the front inside cover. No writing or marks observed in the text. Binding is tight and square........................... Though long banned for its politically incorrect depiction of Native Americans and their interactions with white settlers, this is a true account of the 1786 murders and abduction of the surviving members of the Moore family of Virginia by Indians. This book provides a dramatic insight into the sufferings of the early European pioneers in America. 
Price: 17.98 USD
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3 Various Wild Life On The Plains And Horrors Of The Indian Warfare: A Complete History Of Indian Life, Warfare And Adventure In America
Arno Press 1969 B00B56BTEO Hardcover Used - Very Good Very Good 
Reprint of 1891 Edition by Arno Press and the New York Time (1969) - No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. DJ is VG 
Price: 19.95 USD
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