The massacre at Fall Creek / Jessamyn West.
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|PS 3545 .E8315 M37 1975||Available||Request|
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Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction.
Frontier and pioneer life.
Indiana -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Wars -- Fiction.
Indians of North America -- Wars.
373 pages ; 22 cm
In the year 1824, not far from what is now Indianapolis, Indiana, five white men killed a group of nine innocent, peaceful Indians who were camped nearby. Fall Creek, a settlement about 100 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Ohio, was on the frontier of white civilization. The people who lived there had pushed westward to find their own land, enduring hardships, including Indian raids, before reaching their goal. For many years whites had been killing Indians who were in their way; seldom had they been punished by their communities for their deeds.
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|WorldCat Identities||West, Jessamyn.
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