The latest multi-million dollar sale is a journey through the American West and a historic clash between Native Americans and settlers.
The Tippecanoe bloody war was just the beginning. In 1811 President James Madison ordered the destruction of the great alliance of the Shawnee Tecumsehs warriors in the Great Lakes region. But when General William Henry Harrison won the battle, armed conflicts between the Native Americans and the newly formed Americans emerged for decades.
These sectors, Bill OReilly and Martin Dugard, continue the strong history of our acquired land, from General Andrew Jacksons’s brutal war with Creek State to President James Monroes’ enlightenment sea, to President Martin Van A’s Office of the Treaty that forced the Cherokee Nation from their land beyond what is called the Trail of Tears. Oreilly and Dugard lead the reader behind stories of historical moments never told in exciting American creative history. Logging Off by Nick Spalding EBOOK
This wild and fast-paced tour of the American scene will surprise the reader and provide the unexpected lessons that exist today..