Boys' Book of Indian Warriors and Heroic Indian Women
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Boys' Book of Indian Warriors and Heroic Indian Women

By Edwin L. (Edwin Legrand) Sabin
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  • Chief Joseph. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
  • BOYS' BOOK OF INDIAN WARRIORS
    • AND
    • HEROIC INDIAN WOMEN
      • BY
    • BY
    • EDWIN L. SABIN
      • PHILADELPHIA GEORGE W. JACOBS & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
      • FOREWORD
    • PHILADELPHIA GEORGE W. JACOBS & COMPANY PUBLISHERS
    • FOREWORD
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
      • Chief Joseph . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
        • King Philip (missing from book)
        • Pontiac, The Red Napoleon
        • An Indian Brave
        • Young Kiowa Girl (missing from book)
        • Red Cloud
        • Standing Bear
        • Sitting Bull
      • King Philip (missing from book)
      • Pontiac, The Red Napoleon
      • An Indian Brave
      • Young Kiowa Girl (missing from book)
      • Red Cloud
      • Standing Bear
      • Sitting Bull
    • Chief Joseph . . . . . . . . . . . Frontispiece
      • King Philip (missing from book)
      • Pontiac, The Red Napoleon
      • An Indian Brave
      • Young Kiowa Girl (missing from book)
      • Red Cloud
      • Standing Bear
      • Sitting Bull
    • King Philip (missing from book)
    • Pontiac, The Red Napoleon
    • An Indian Brave
    • Young Kiowa Girl (missing from book)
    • Red Cloud
    • Standing Bear
    • Sitting Bull
    • BOYS' BOOK OF INDIAN WARRIORS
      • CHAPTER I
        • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1644)
        • HOW HE SCOUTED AGAINST THE IROQUOIS
      • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1644)
      • HOW HE SCOUTED AGAINST THE IROQUOIS
      • CHAPTER II
        • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1645-1647)
        • HOW HE BROUGHT PEACE TO THE FORESTS
      • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1645-1647)
      • HOW HE BROUGHT PEACE TO THE FORESTS
      • CHAPTER III
        • OPECHANCANOUGH, SACHEM OF THE PAMUNKEYS (1607-1644)
        • WHO FOUGHT AT THE AGE OF ONE HUNDRED
      • OPECHANCANOUGH, SACHEM OF THE PAMUNKEYS (1607-1644)
      • WHO FOUGHT AT THE AGE OF ONE HUNDRED
      • CHAPTER IV
        • KING PHILIP THE WAMPANOAG (1662-1676)
        • THE TERROR OF NEW ENGLAND
        • [Illustration: King Philip (missing from book)]
      • KING PHILIP THE WAMPANOAG (1662-1676)
      • THE TERROR OF NEW ENGLAND
      • [Illustration: King Philip (missing from book)]
      • CHAPTER V
        • THE SQUAW SACHEM OF POCASSET (1675-1676)]
        • AND CANONCHET OF THE BIG HEART
      • THE SQUAW SACHEM OF POCASSET (1675-1676)]
      • AND CANONCHET OF THE BIG HEART
      • CHAPTER VI
        • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1760-1763)
        • WHEN IT PASSED AMONG THE RED NATIONS
        • PONTIAC, THE RED NAPOLEON. From a painting
      • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1760-1763)
      • WHEN IT PASSED AMONG THE RED NATIONS
      • PONTIAC, THE RED NAPOLEON. From a painting
      • CHAPTER VII
        • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1763-1769)
        • HOW AN INDIAN GIRL SAVED FORT DETROIT
      • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1763-1769)
      • HOW AN INDIAN GIRL SAVED FORT DETROIT
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • LOGAN THE GREAT MINGO (1725-1774)
        • AND THE EVIL DAYS THAT CAME UPON HIM
      • LOGAN THE GREAT MINGO (1725-1774)
      • AND THE EVIL DAYS THAT CAME UPON HIM
      • CHAPTER IX
        • CORNSTALK LEADS THE WARRIORS (1774-1777)
        • HOW HE AND LOGAN STROVE AND DIED
      • CORNSTALK LEADS THE WARRIORS (1774-1777)
      • HOW HE AND LOGAN STROVE AND DIED
      • CHAPTER X
        • LITTLE TURTLE OF THE MIAMIS (1790-1791)
        • HE WINS GREAT VICTORIES
      • LITTLE TURTLE OF THE MIAMIS (1790-1791)
      • HE WINS GREAT VICTORIES
      • CHAPTER XI
        • LITTLE TURTLE FEARS THE BIG WIND (1792-1812)
        • AND IT BLOWS HIM INTO PEACE
      • LITTLE TURTLE FEARS THE BIG WIND (1792-1812)
      • AND IT BLOWS HIM INTO PEACE
      • CHAPTER XII
        • THE VOICE FROM THE OPEN DOOR (1805-1811)
        • HOW IT TRAVELED THROUGH THE LAND
        • An Indian brave. Courtesy of The Field Museum.
      • THE VOICE FROM THE OPEN DOOR (1805-1811)
      • HOW IT TRAVELED THROUGH THE LAND
      • An Indian brave. Courtesy of The Field Museum.
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • BRIGADIER GENERAL TECUMSEH (1812-1813)
        • THE RISE AND FALL OF A STAR
      • BRIGADIER GENERAL TECUMSEH (1812-1813)
      • THE RISE AND FALL OF A STAR
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • THE RED STICKS AT HORSESHOE BEND (1813-1814)
        • AND THE WONDERFUL ESCAPE OF CHIEF MENEWA
      • THE RED STICKS AT HORSESHOE BEND (1813-1814)
      • AND THE WONDERFUL ESCAPE OF CHIEF MENEWA
      • CHAPTER XV
        • BLACK-HAWK THE SAC PATRIOT (1831-1838)
        • THE INDIAN WHO DID NOT UNDERSTAND
      • BLACK-HAWK THE SAC PATRIOT (1831-1838)
      • THE INDIAN WHO DID NOT UNDERSTAND
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • THE BIRD-WOMAN GUIDE (1805-1806)
        • SACAGAWEA HELPS THE WHITE MEN
      • THE BIRD-WOMAN GUIDE (1805-1806)
      • SACAGAWEA HELPS THE WHITE MEN
      • CHAPTER XVII
        • THE LANCE OF MAHTOTOHPA (1822-1837)
        • HERO TALES BY FOUR BEARS THE MANDAN
      • THE LANCE OF MAHTOTOHPA (1822-1837)
      • HERO TALES BY FOUR BEARS THE MANDAN
      • CHAPTER XVIII
        • A SEARCH FOR THE BOOK OF HEAVEN (1832)
        • THE LONG TRAIL OF THE PIERCED NOSES
      • A SEARCH FOR THE BOOK OF HEAVEN (1832)
      • THE LONG TRAIL OF THE PIERCED NOSES
      • CHAPTER XIX
        • A TRAVELER TO WASHINGTON (1831-1835)
        • WIJUNJON, THE "BIG LIAR" OF THE ASSINIBOINS
      • A TRAVELER TO WASHINGTON (1831-1835)
      • WIJUNJON, THE "BIG LIAR" OF THE ASSINIBOINS
      • CHAPTER XX
        • THE BLACKFEET DEFY THE CROWS (1834)
        • "COME AND TAKE US"
      • THE BLACKFEET DEFY THE CROWS (1834)
      • "COME AND TAKE US"
      • CHAPTER XXI
        • THE STRONG MEDICINE OF KONATE (1839)
        • THE STORY OF THE KIOWA MAGIC STAFF
        • [Illustration: Young Kiowa girl (missing from book)]
      • THE STRONG MEDICINE OF KONATE (1839)
      • THE STORY OF THE KIOWA MAGIC STAFF
      • [Illustration: Young Kiowa girl (missing from book)]
      • CHAPTER XXII
        • RED CLOUD STANDS IN THE WAY (1865-1909)
        • THE SIOUX WHO CLOSED THE ROAD OF THE WHITES
        • RED CLOUD. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • RED CLOUD STANDS IN THE WAY (1865-1909)
      • THE SIOUX WHO CLOSED THE ROAD OF THE WHITES
      • RED CLOUD. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • CHAPTER XXIII
        • STANDING BEAR SEEKS A HOME (1877-1880)
        • THE INDIAN WHO WON THE WHITE MAN'S VERDICT
        • Standing Bear. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • STANDING BEAR SEEKS A HOME (1877-1880)
      • THE INDIAN WHO WON THE WHITE MAN'S VERDICT
      • Standing Bear. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • CHAPTER XXIV
        • SITTING BULL THE WAR MAKER (1876-1881)
        • AN UNCONQUERED LEADER
        • Sitting Bull. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • SITTING BULL THE WAR MAKER (1876-1881)
      • AN UNCONQUERED LEADER
      • Sitting Bull. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
      • CHAPTER XXV
        • CHIEF JOSEPH GOES TO WAR (1877)
        • AND OUT-GENERALS THE UNITED STATES ARMY
      • CHIEF JOSEPH GOES TO WAR (1877)
      • AND OUT-GENERALS THE UNITED STATES ARMY
      • CHAPTER XXVI
        • THE GHOST DANCERS AND THE RED SOLDIERS (1889-1890)
        • AND SITTING BULL'S LAST MEDICINE
      • THE GHOST DANCERS AND THE RED SOLDIERS (1889-1890)
      • AND SITTING BULL'S LAST MEDICINE
    • CHAPTER I
      • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1644)
      • HOW HE SCOUTED AGAINST THE IROQUOIS
    • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1644)
    • HOW HE SCOUTED AGAINST THE IROQUOIS
    • CHAPTER II
      • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1645-1647)
      • HOW HE BROUGHT PEACE TO THE FORESTS
    • PISKARET THE ADIRONDACK CHAMPION (1645-1647)
    • HOW HE BROUGHT PEACE TO THE FORESTS
    • CHAPTER III
      • OPECHANCANOUGH, SACHEM OF THE PAMUNKEYS (1607-1644)
      • WHO FOUGHT AT THE AGE OF ONE HUNDRED
    • OPECHANCANOUGH, SACHEM OF THE PAMUNKEYS (1607-1644)
    • WHO FOUGHT AT THE AGE OF ONE HUNDRED
    • CHAPTER IV
      • KING PHILIP THE WAMPANOAG (1662-1676)
      • THE TERROR OF NEW ENGLAND
      • [Illustration: King Philip (missing from book)]
    • KING PHILIP THE WAMPANOAG (1662-1676)
    • THE TERROR OF NEW ENGLAND
    • [Illustration: King Philip (missing from book)]
    • CHAPTER V
      • THE SQUAW SACHEM OF POCASSET (1675-1676)]
      • AND CANONCHET OF THE BIG HEART
    • THE SQUAW SACHEM OF POCASSET (1675-1676)]
    • AND CANONCHET OF THE BIG HEART
    • CHAPTER VI
      • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1760-1763)
      • WHEN IT PASSED AMONG THE RED NATIONS
      • PONTIAC, THE RED NAPOLEON. From a painting
    • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1760-1763)
    • WHEN IT PASSED AMONG THE RED NATIONS
    • PONTIAC, THE RED NAPOLEON. From a painting
    • CHAPTER VII
      • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1763-1769)
      • HOW AN INDIAN GIRL SAVED FORT DETROIT
    • THE BLOODY BELT OF PONTIAC (1763-1769)
    • HOW AN INDIAN GIRL SAVED FORT DETROIT
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • LOGAN THE GREAT MINGO (1725-1774)
      • AND THE EVIL DAYS THAT CAME UPON HIM
    • LOGAN THE GREAT MINGO (1725-1774)
    • AND THE EVIL DAYS THAT CAME UPON HIM
    • CHAPTER IX
      • CORNSTALK LEADS THE WARRIORS (1774-1777)
      • HOW HE AND LOGAN STROVE AND DIED
    • CORNSTALK LEADS THE WARRIORS (1774-1777)
    • HOW HE AND LOGAN STROVE AND DIED
    • CHAPTER X
      • LITTLE TURTLE OF THE MIAMIS (1790-1791)
      • HE WINS GREAT VICTORIES
    • LITTLE TURTLE OF THE MIAMIS (1790-1791)
    • HE WINS GREAT VICTORIES
    • CHAPTER XI
      • LITTLE TURTLE FEARS THE BIG WIND (1792-1812)
      • AND IT BLOWS HIM INTO PEACE
    • LITTLE TURTLE FEARS THE BIG WIND (1792-1812)
    • AND IT BLOWS HIM INTO PEACE
    • CHAPTER XII
      • THE VOICE FROM THE OPEN DOOR (1805-1811)
      • HOW IT TRAVELED THROUGH THE LAND
      • An Indian brave. Courtesy of The Field Museum.
    • THE VOICE FROM THE OPEN DOOR (1805-1811)
    • HOW IT TRAVELED THROUGH THE LAND
    • An Indian brave. Courtesy of The Field Museum.
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • BRIGADIER GENERAL TECUMSEH (1812-1813)
      • THE RISE AND FALL OF A STAR
    • BRIGADIER GENERAL TECUMSEH (1812-1813)
    • THE RISE AND FALL OF A STAR
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • THE RED STICKS AT HORSESHOE BEND (1813-1814)
      • AND THE WONDERFUL ESCAPE OF CHIEF MENEWA
    • THE RED STICKS AT HORSESHOE BEND (1813-1814)
    • AND THE WONDERFUL ESCAPE OF CHIEF MENEWA
    • CHAPTER XV
      • BLACK-HAWK THE SAC PATRIOT (1831-1838)
      • THE INDIAN WHO DID NOT UNDERSTAND
    • BLACK-HAWK THE SAC PATRIOT (1831-1838)
    • THE INDIAN WHO DID NOT UNDERSTAND
    • CHAPTER XVI
      • THE BIRD-WOMAN GUIDE (1805-1806)
      • SACAGAWEA HELPS THE WHITE MEN
    • THE BIRD-WOMAN GUIDE (1805-1806)
    • SACAGAWEA HELPS THE WHITE MEN
    • CHAPTER XVII
      • THE LANCE OF MAHTOTOHPA (1822-1837)
      • HERO TALES BY FOUR BEARS THE MANDAN
    • THE LANCE OF MAHTOTOHPA (1822-1837)
    • HERO TALES BY FOUR BEARS THE MANDAN
    • CHAPTER XVIII
      • A SEARCH FOR THE BOOK OF HEAVEN (1832)
      • THE LONG TRAIL OF THE PIERCED NOSES
    • A SEARCH FOR THE BOOK OF HEAVEN (1832)
    • THE LONG TRAIL OF THE PIERCED NOSES
    • CHAPTER XIX
      • A TRAVELER TO WASHINGTON (1831-1835)
      • WIJUNJON, THE "BIG LIAR" OF THE ASSINIBOINS
    • A TRAVELER TO WASHINGTON (1831-1835)
    • WIJUNJON, THE "BIG LIAR" OF THE ASSINIBOINS
    • CHAPTER XX
      • THE BLACKFEET DEFY THE CROWS (1834)
      • "COME AND TAKE US"
    • THE BLACKFEET DEFY THE CROWS (1834)
    • "COME AND TAKE US"
    • CHAPTER XXI
      • THE STRONG MEDICINE OF KONATE (1839)
      • THE STORY OF THE KIOWA MAGIC STAFF
      • [Illustration: Young Kiowa girl (missing from book)]
    • THE STRONG MEDICINE OF KONATE (1839)
    • THE STORY OF THE KIOWA MAGIC STAFF
    • [Illustration: Young Kiowa girl (missing from book)]
    • CHAPTER XXII
      • RED CLOUD STANDS IN THE WAY (1865-1909)
      • THE SIOUX WHO CLOSED THE ROAD OF THE WHITES
      • RED CLOUD. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • RED CLOUD STANDS IN THE WAY (1865-1909)
    • THE SIOUX WHO CLOSED THE ROAD OF THE WHITES
    • RED CLOUD. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • CHAPTER XXIII
      • STANDING BEAR SEEKS A HOME (1877-1880)
      • THE INDIAN WHO WON THE WHITE MAN'S VERDICT
      • Standing Bear. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • STANDING BEAR SEEKS A HOME (1877-1880)
    • THE INDIAN WHO WON THE WHITE MAN'S VERDICT
    • Standing Bear. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • CHAPTER XXIV
      • SITTING BULL THE WAR MAKER (1876-1881)
      • AN UNCONQUERED LEADER
      • Sitting Bull. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • SITTING BULL THE WAR MAKER (1876-1881)
    • AN UNCONQUERED LEADER
    • Sitting Bull. Courtesy of The American Bureau of Ethnology.
    • CHAPTER XXV
      • CHIEF JOSEPH GOES TO WAR (1877)
      • AND OUT-GENERALS THE UNITED STATES ARMY
    • CHIEF JOSEPH GOES TO WAR (1877)
    • AND OUT-GENERALS THE UNITED STATES ARMY
    • CHAPTER XXVI
      • THE GHOST DANCERS AND THE RED SOLDIERS (1889-1890)
      • AND SITTING BULL'S LAST MEDICINE
    • THE GHOST DANCERS AND THE RED SOLDIERS (1889-1890)
    • AND SITTING BULL'S LAST MEDICINE
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