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The Frog Lake Massacre

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"You Anglo-Saxon people, who have never called any man or nation 'Master,' who since the days of the Norman Kings have never had other manners and customs forced upon you-how can you understand?"-Edward Ahenakew, Voices of the Plains CreeIn the spring of 1884, a young man packs his bags and heads for a new adventure with hopes to get involved in an Indian war. Instead, he lucks into a challenging job in the fur trade and meets many of the great native chiefs, such as Poundmaker and Big Bear. But his exciting new life has its downside and, in a

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Overview

"You Anglo-Saxon people, who have never called any man or nation 'Master,' who since the days of the Norman Kings have never had other manners and customs forced upon you-how can you understand?"-Edward Ahenakew, Voices of the Plains CreeIn the spring of 1884, a young man packs his bags and heads for a new adventure with hopes to get involved in an Indian war. Instead, he lucks into a challenging job in the fur trade and meets many of the great native chiefs, such as Poundmaker and Big Bear. But his exciting new life has its downside and, in a succession of events, he witnesses the murder of his friends and is captured by native warriors. The Frog Lake Massacre is the first book in a trilogy about a young man who is trying to forge an independent life for himself in a huge and newly established country. He discovers that escaping one's heritage is not easy and that loyalty often goes unrewarded.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781894898751
  • Publisher: TouchWood Editions
  • Publication date: 1/15/2009
  • Pages: 256
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 7.40 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Gallaher is the author of The Promise: Love, Loyalty and the Lure of Gold; The Journey: The Overlanders' Quest for Gold; A Man Called Moses: The Curious Life of Wellington Delaney Moses; and Deadly Innocent, Bill lives with his family in the Cariboo region of British Columbia, Canada, where he frequently performs with a guitar in hand.

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