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Famous Indian chiefs: their battles, treaties, sieges, and struggles 

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Famous Indian chiefs : their battles, treaties, sieges, and struggles with the whites for the possession of America Boston: L.C. Page & Co., 1909,  Johnston, Charles Haven Ladd, 508  pgs - NOTE:  This is a complete, original book - not pieces or excerpts but every word as originally printed.
Book Contents
Powhatan: The great Sachem of Virginia
Opechancanough: The scourge of Virginia
Sassacus and Uncas: Rival Chieftains of the Pequot Rebellion
Massasoit: The Great Sachem of the Wampanoags and friend of the Puritans
King Phillip, or Metacomet
Pontiac: The Red Napoleon
Logan: The mighty orator and warrior of the Mingoes
Red Jacket, or Sa-go-ye-wat-ha: The great orator of the Senecas
Captain Joseph Brant: The Warrior Chief of the Mohawks
Little Turtle, or Michikiniqua: The Miami Conqueror of Harmar and St. Clair
Tecumseh, " The Shooting Star": Celebrated Shawanoe diplomat, orator, and soldier
Weatherford: The Creek conspirator and fearless fighter
Black Hawk: Chief of the Sacs and Foxes and leader of the Black Hawk Rebellion
Osceola: The snake of the Florida Everglades
Roman Nose: The custer of the Cheyennes
Geronimo: The terrible Apache
Red Cloud: The Sioux Von Seydlitz
Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse: General and able lieutenant of the Great Sioux Rebellion 

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