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by Theodore Pratt




Seminole Indian Slaves


The white men in­vaded his land.

They stole his wo­man and auctioned her off into slavery.

They drove his peo­ple into the swamps.

But Osceola, the bravest chief of all the Seminoles, they could not conquer.

Now, as only Theo­dore Pratt can write it, comes the dramatic novel of Osceola's bloody rebellion against the white ma­rauder',

the battle for tropic Florida, the long war of attrition that is a dark blot on our nation's history.

Published by: Gold Medal Books, ( #369) Jan 1954 -

First Edition, 175 pages
Format: Paperback

Category: Indians

Condition: (Used) Very Good +. Has some cover gloss loss due to matte finish and has spine roll marks on back cover. All pages clean.




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