River Of Blood

Author: William W. Johnstone
Publisher: Pinnacle
ISBN: 0786036044
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A Line In The Sand River Of Blood

Author: Richard Brighton
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 9781456752224
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Nevertheless, this spectacle would allow the frontiersman, who was going from
location to location, to make some money. When the frontiersman would be
recognized, he would simply use the excuse, “Oh that was my cousin. We look
alike,” or they would use other excuses with such a certainty that they would be
believed. Regardless of their suspicions, the party representatives would list their
names and use that list for a future return on their investment; and the
frontiersman would ...

The Frontiersman

Author: William W. Johnstone
Publisher: Pinnacle
ISBN: 0786036028
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Buck Barry Texas Ranger And Frontiersman

Author: James Buckner Barry
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803270138
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instructed to demand of those who were in authority that all the Indians be moved
across the Red River. The agents and their employees were mad and sullen and
would not talk with me, although one did inform me that the Indians were frenzied
and that I was in danger. They did permit my companion and myself to sleep on
our blankets spread on the floor of the council house, which was a log cabin.
When the agents refused to talk business, I turned all my conversation to Captain

The Final Frontiersman

Author: James Campbell
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416591214
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On another bar, large trees, torn from their roots and manhandled by the river
during breakup, lay scattered among the stones and sand. Next spring, when the
river is again transformed into a wild, rushing torrent, these trees will be gone,
rolling and splashing their way to the Porcupine. Heimo creeps up the river in his
canoe, hardly making any progress against the current with his three-horse
engine. ... killed by marauding mosquitoes, that have been completely drained of

The Frontiersman S Daughter

Author: Laura Frantz
Publisher: Revell
ISBN: 9781441204547
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She found Asa Forbes in the process of reloading, and she boldly stepped into
his position, her eyes sweeping Hackberry ridge and then the river. Asa swore
under his breath as ... She saw plainly the canoes that lined the beloved banks of
the river, the painted, near-naked men who'd brought them there crouching low in
the thick brush just out of rifle range. But the ridge? At first glance ... one, he was
unconscious. She sighed with relief though blood 157 The Frontiersman's

The Frontiersmen

Author: Allen W. Eckert
Publisher: Jesse Stuart Foundation
ISBN: 1931672814
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Eighteen years ago, when he was just fifteen, his entire family had been captured
by the French-led Indians who seized and burned Fort Granville on the Juniata
River of Pennsylvania near its junction with the Susque-hanna. His stepfather,
John Turner, had been tortured ... What it meant, he explained, was that their
blood became one and they were brothers and would vow to forever help and
protect one another at all times, regardless of risk. There weren't many people a
man could ...

Franciscan Frontiersmen

Author: Robert A. Kittle
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 0806158395
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Most were hunter-gatherers who moved their villages from place to place in
pursuit of the seasonal food supply.17 But tribes along the Colorado River, the
New River, and the Alamo River planted crops that were irrigated by annual
floodwaters. In contrast to the docile ... “At the first shot he darted into my hut,
spouting so much blood at the mouth and from his temples that I had hardly time
to absolve him and help him to meet his end,” Serra wrote in a letter to a
colleague in Mexico City.

Glory River

Author: Cameron Judd
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
ISBN: 146682669X
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“Got me a white injun boy, son of a Frenchy! Waaugh!” Bushrod struggled but
could not break free. The frontiersman, still laughing—Bushrod could only
wonder why—ran with him, jolting him along so hard his ribs threatened to break
against the frontiersman's bony shoulder. Bushrod's stomach felt like it was trying
to crawl out of his mouth. “Bushrod!” The boy heard the call as if from a great
distance, but when he looked, JeanYves was not far away. He was filthy,
bleeding, and some of ...

Uncle Dick Wootton The Pioneer Frontiersman Of The Rocky Mountain Region

Author: Dick Wootton
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River,. were. some. traders,. who. had. located. there temporarily. Then the next
nearest settlement was at the Pueblo, where there were a few people at the old
fort. I kept a few men with me at my place all the time, and after we had gotten
fairly settled down we felt pretty safe. Nothing happened to disturb us, or at least
to cause us any particular uneasiness, until the early part of the winter, when the
Utes swept down through the Arkansas Valley, leaving a trail of blood behind
them, and ...