Black Hawk, Indian patriot. by LaVere Anderson

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  • Black Hawk, Sauk chief, 1767-1838 -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Black Hawk, Sauk chief, 1767-1838.,
  • Sauk Indians -- Kings and rulers -- Biography -- Juvenile literature.,
  • Indians of North America -- Biography.

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A biography of the Sauk chief who fought to protect his country, town, cornfields, and people from the invading white man.

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Book details

StatementIllustrated by Cary.
GenreJuvenile literature., Biography, Biography.
ContributionsCary, Louis F., 1915- illus.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE83.83 .A52
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5282541M
ISBN 100811666107
LC Control Number72000730
OCLC/WorldCa532146

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Black Hawk is one of the thirty-five Illinois authors honored by having his name cast in stone in the Illinois State Library Building, which opened in The late Donald Jackson, author and editor of several important books in Western American history, was the editor in chief at the University of Illinois Press when this edition was first Reviews: Black Hawk was born into the Sauk tribe, located in present-day Illinois.

At age fifteen, he accompanied his father on a raid against a rival tribe and won great approval for his tactics, but his later efforts to establish himself as a war chief were fruitless untilwhen he killed five men and a woman in battle.

Black Hawk, Indian name Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak, (bornSaukenuk [now in Rock Island, Illinois]—died October 3,village on the Des Moines River, southeastern Iowa Territory [now in northeastern Davis county, Iowa]), leader of a faction of Sauk, Fox, Kickapoo, and Ho-Chunk (Winnebago) peoples.

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1 See Reynolds's My Own Times, p.for his estimate of Black Hawk. Ford, who himself served in the Black Hawk War, says, p.

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English. Subject: Time. Country. United States. State. Iowa. County. Black Hawk County. Physical Description. 1 atlas: 18 leaves ; 21 x 28 cm. Host institution. Black Hawk War, brief but bloody war from April to August between the United States and Native Americans led by Black Hawk (Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak), a year-old Sauk warrior who in early April led some 1, Sauk, Fox, and Kickapoo men, women, and children, including about warriors, across the Mississippi River to reclaim land in Illinois that tribal spokesmen had surrendered to.

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Philadelphia: N.p., Anderson, Robert. "Reminiscences of the Black Hawk War," Wisconsin Historical Society Collections 10 (): Anderson, Robert. Indian Military Units: Black Hawk War, Cherokee Disturbances and Removal, Creek War, Florida War, Seminole War, Vermont: Patriot War Source: List of the Adjutant General's Office for carded records of military organizations: Revolutionary War through Philippine Insurrection: the Ainsworth list, National Archives microfilm publication.1 p.Great Indian Chiefs of the West: Black Hawk, etc.- Conclin.

2 D. Black Hawk's autobioerranhv.T B. Patterson, editor 3 PP. and Wisconsin Historical Collection. Vol. IX. 4 For Life of Black Hawk see his Autobiography, and books by Stevens, Arm-strong, et al.

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