AUTUMN OF THE BLACK SNAKE: George Washington, Mad Anthony Wayne, and the Invasion That Opened the West
Reveals the dramatic convergence of greed, honor, political beliefs, and vivid personalities on the killing fields of the Ohio valley, where the United States Army would win its first victory and in doing so destroyed the coalition of Indians who came close to halting the nation's westward expansion. Illus.
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