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White Willows Vision: The Indian Princess Just Before Her Death Gave Her New Born Son a Name Which Would Shape His Destiny Into the Wild Untamed Land of Indian Territory Louise Self McGuire

White Willows Vision: The Indian Princess Just Before Her Death Gave Her New Born Son a Name Which Would Shape His Destiny Into the Wild Untamed Land of Indian Territory

Louise Self McGuire

Published October 1st 2012
ISBN : 9781478719779
Paperback
278 pages
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This novel is the adventure of two families from 1846 to some years after the civil war had ended. The novel is a work of fiction but I have made it as historically correct as I possibly could. The book has a wide range of happenings from jam-packedMoreThis novel is the adventure of two families from 1846 to some years after the civil war had ended. The novel is a work of fiction but I have made it as historically correct as I possibly could. The book has a wide range of happenings from jam-packed excitement to beautiful blossoming romances. The two families make their way from the rich land of Oregon to an untamed, sometimes hostile land with little to no law enforcement which in turn invites the intrusion of renegade out-laws. Its a land overflowing with Native American Indians striving to adopt the skills of farming when their nomadic ancient roots, passed down to their present lives are all that they have known. This is the land where the trail of tears ended, a land coined as Indian Territory later becoming the State of Oklahoma. This is a story of Scott McCord, an army officer who uses his influences to try and help the Indians who are striving to live at peace with the white-man. His pursuit is to do all that he is able to protect them from those who want to exterminate the red-man. Scott falls in love and marries a beautiful, Shoshone Indian princess called White Willow. Black Kittle speaks: Strong Eagle, we have been forced to sign the Medicine Lodge Treaty, the Cheyenne and Arapaho had to leave our homeland in what white-man call Kansas and Colorado. We have been forced to move south to Indian Territory to a reservation west where the Washita River flows. When Black Kittle returned to his lodge his wife Medicine Women was waiting for him. She was very troubled and spoke of a vision that she had that night in her sleep. She said, As I stood and looked out into the night I saw dark shifting shadows in the snow and there beneath the willow tree a wounded mother wolf morning for her little ones... Yes, Chuck a rustling in the woods...before anything else could be said soldiers came vaulting on horseback toward the village from all directions! A fla