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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Sixteen year old Becky Reid and her father were on their way to start a new life in the frontier Territory of KanTookee in the spring of 1782. They stopped to camp for the night on the slopes of Wildcat Mountain. It was a mistake for both her and her Father, but most of all for the 3 Wyandotte Indians that attacked them.When she left the mountain, her father was dead along with the three Indians that killed him. From that day on, Rebecca Reed was dead. In her place was a determined cold calculating woman with only one purpose in life, to kill each and every Indian that crossed her path, regardless of age or sex. As the body count grew the Indians gave her a name, The Wildcat Woman. The settlers left her alone, and she had few, if no friends.Nothing could ease her torment, until one day a young a militia Ensign, William Tritt, arrived at Little Mountain and broke through her icy heart. As the Revolutionary War was winding down and the Tribes of the Huron and Shawnee nations were abandoned by their British Allies, the Indians set out to clear the America settlers from the territory. Leading them were three renegade colonial officers who had changed sides to protect them. This was the time of Heroes like the legendary Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, the time of Simon Girty and General Rogers Clarke. For the settlers who lived through it all, it was a desperate struggle, with horrific death and cruelty never far away. This was the Infamous 'Year of Blood' in the frontier that would eventually become the State of Kentucky. Wildcat Mountain is a tale of love, violence, and adventure set against the true story of the Bluegrass. The incidents, battles, and bloody encounters depicted are based on real documented events. It is a stark and graphic vision of life and death as it really happened, and as such, it is recommended for adult readers only. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Sixteen year old Becky Reid and her father were on their way to start a new life in the frontier Territory of KanTookee in the spring of 1782. They stopped to camp for the night on the slopes of Wildcat Mountain. It was a mistake for both her and her Father, but most of all for the 3 Wyandotte Indians that attacked them. When she left the mountain, her father was dead along with the three Indians that killed him. From that day on, Rebecca Reed was dead. In her place was a determined cold calculating woman with only one purpose in life, to kill each and every Indian that crossed her path, regardless of age or sex. As the body count grew the Indians gave her a name, The Wildcat Woman. The settlers left her alone, and she had few, if no friends. Nothing could ease her torment, until one day a young a militia Ensign, William Tritt, arrived at Little Mountain and broke through her icy heart. As the Revolutionary War was winding down and the Tribes of the Huron and Shawnee nations were abandoned by their British Allies, the Indians set out to clear the America settlers from the territory. Leading them were three renegade colonial officers who had changed sides to protect them. This was the time of Heroes like the legendary Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, the time of Simon Girty and General Rogers Clarke. For the settlers who lived through it all, it was a desperate struggle, with horrific death and cruelty never far away. This was the Infamous ?Year of Blood? in the frontier that would eventually become the State of Kentucky. Wildcat Mountain is a tale of love, violence, and adventure set against the true story of the Bluegrass. The incidents, battles, and bloody encounters depicted are based on real documented events. It is a stark and graphic vision of life and death as it really happened, and as such, it is recommended for adult readers only.

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Sixteen year old Becky Reid and her father were on their way to start a new life in the frontier Territory of KanTookee in the spring of 1782. They stopped to camp for the night on the slopes of Wildcat Mountain. It was a mistake for both her and her Father, but most of all for the 3 Wyandotte Indians that attacked them. When she left the mountain, her father was dead along with the three Indians that killed him. From that day on, Rebecca Reed was dead. In her place was a determined cold calculating woman with only one purpose in life, to kill each and every Indian that crossed her path, regardless of age or sex. As the body count grew the Indians gave her a name, The Wildcat Woman. The settlers left her alone, and she had few, if no friends. Nothing could ease her torment, until one day a young a militia Ensign, William Tritt, arrived at Little Mountain and broke through her icy heart. As the Revolutionary War was winding down and the Tribes of the Huron and Shawnee nations were abandoned by their British Allies, the Indians set out to clear the America settlers from the territory. Leading them were three renegade colonial officers who had changed sides to protect them. This was the time of Heroes like the legendary Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, the time of Simon Girty and General Rogers Clarke. For the settlers who lived through it all, it was a desperate struggle, with horrific death and cruelty never far away. This was the Infamous Year of Blood in the frontier that would eventually become the State of Kentucky. Wildcat Mountain is a tale of love, violence, and adventure set against the true story of the Bluegrass. The incidents, battles, and bloody encounters depicted are based on real documented events. It is a stark and graphic vision of life and death as it really happened, and as such, it is recommended for adult readers only. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781502474049

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Sixteen year old Becky Reid and her father were on their way to start a new life in the frontier Territory of KanTookee in the spring of 1782. They stopped to camp for the night on the slopes of Wildcat Mountain. It was a mistake for both her and her Father, but most of all for the 3 Wyandotte Indians that attacked them. When she left the mountain, her father was dead along with the three Indians that killed him. From that day on, Rebecca Reed was dead. In her place was a determined cold calculating woman with only one purpose in life, to kill each and every Indian that crossed her path, regardless of age or sex. As the body count grew the Indians gave her a name, The Wildcat Woman. The settlers left her alone, and she had few, if no friends. Nothing could ease her torment, until one day a young a militia Ensign, William Tritt, arrived at Little Mountain and broke through her icy heart. As the Revolutionary War was winding down and the Tribes of the Huron and Shawnee nations were abandoned by their British Allies, the Indians set out to clear the America settlers from the territory. Leading them were three renegade colonial officers who had changed sides to protect them. This was the time of Heroes like the legendary Daniel Boone and Simon Kenton, the time of Simon Girty and General Rogers Clarke. For the settlers who lived through it all, it was a desperate struggle, with horrific death and cruelty never far away. This was the Infamous Year of Blood in the frontier that would eventually become the State of Kentucky. Wildcat Mountain is a tale of love, violence, and adventure set against the true story of the Bluegrass. The incidents, battles, and bloody encounters depicted are based on real documented events. It is a stark and graphic vision of life and death as it really happened, and as such, it is recommended for adult readers only. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781502474049

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