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Tomahawks at twilight : Indian atrocities in early East Texas

Author: Bob Bowman; Doris Bowman
Publisher: Lufkin, Tex. : Best of East Texas Publishers, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Bowman; Doris Bowman
ISBN: 1878096109 9781878096104
OCLC Number: 642218084
Description: 325 p. : ill., ports. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The Indian Texans, 1528 --
East Texas forts, 1830s --
The Killough Massacre, 1838 --
The aftermath of a massacre, 1850s --
The Edens-Madden Massacre, 1838 --
The massacre at Fort Parker, 1836 --
The Indian attacks on Bucareli, 1778 --
Battling the Kickapoos, 1838 --
The deaths of Fields and Hunter, 1820 --
The Campbell Massacre, 1837 --
A botched battle in Fannin County, 1838 --
The Faulkenbury-Anderson Massacre, 1837 --
Surviving a scalping, 1883 --
The surveyors' battle, 1838 --
Trials of the Box family, 1830s --
The Hunter tragedy, 1840 --
Two massacres near Fort Inglish, 1838-39 --
The McLean-Sheridan-Barnes Massacre, 1837 --
The Cordova Rebellion, 1838 --
The Sullivan-Blackwell Massacre, 1869 --
An attack on a frontier home, 1841 --
The death of Mr. Davis, 1830s --
The Ripley Massacre, 1841 --
A raid in Montague County, 1870 --
Cowboys and Indians, 1838 --
A battle between two tribes, 1829 --
The wagon train massacre, 1871 --
The Dusk Chieftain, 1878 --
The death of Chief Bowles, 1839 --
The mystery of Bowles' sword, 1839 --
The execution of Bill Goings, 1899 --
The Webster Massacre, 1839 --
A dangerous land, 1880s --
A rash of raids, 1835 --
Indian Jesse, 1860s --
Fighting Indians with a how, 1841 --
The Lost Boys, 1842 --
Ta-Han, the White Kiowa, 1860s --
The return of a Comanche Princess, 1843 --
Living with Indians, 1869 --
The capture of Tomassa, 1840s --
The East Texas Rangers, 1835 --
De Bellisle and the Pocahontas of the Pineywoods, 1719 --
The lady in blue, 1600 --
Bringing religion to the Indians, 1680 --
Kalita's people, 1839 --
An Indian attack at the Reed settlement, 1837 --
A lost Indian civilization, 1200BC --
The plight of the Tonkawas, 1800s --
When Indians occupied the Texas capital, 1717.
Other Titles: Indian atrocities in early East Texas
Responsibility: by Bob and Doris Bowman.

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