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BLACKSNAKE'S PATH, The True Adventures of William Wells
Product Code: 703138
Availability: 9999
Price: $30.00
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Softbound, 365 pages, 5-1/2" x 8-1/2". The story of William Well's remarkable life, a man in the middle moving between two cultures. Captured from his Louisville home at the age of thirteen, he was raised by the Miami under the name of Blacksnake. He learned to hunt, went on the warpath, married and fathered a son. He fought with Little Turtle at St. Clair's defeat, only to change sides several years later to scout for General Mad Anthony Wayne at the Battle of Fallen Timbers. This book recreates an entire period (1779-1812) showing how the Indians lived, fought for their homeland and dealt with defeat; and captures the lives of the men and women who settled the territory north of the Ohio River.

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