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In December of 1835, eight officers and one hundred men of the U.S. Army under the command of Brevet Major Francis Langhorne Dade set out from Fort Brooke at Tampa Bay, Florida, to march north a hundred miles to reinforce Fort King (present-day Ocala). On the sixth day, halfway to their destination, they were attacked by Seminole Indians. By four o'clock in the afternoon, only three wounded soldiers survived what came to be known as Dade's Massacre. Only two of those men managed In December of 1835, eight officers and one hundred men of the U.S. Army under the command of Brevet Major Francis Langhorne Dade set out from Fort Brooke at Tampa Bay, Florida, to march north a hundred miles to reinforce Fort King (present-day Ocala). On the sixth day, halfway to their destination, they were attacked by Seminole Indians. By four o'clock in the afternoon, only three wounded soldiers survived what came to be known as Dade's Massacre. Only two of those men managed to struggle fifty miles back to Fort Brooke. One of them, wounded in shoulder and hip, a bullet in one lung, was Pvt. Ransom Clark. This is the story of his incredible journey. Nobody's Hero is a true adventure of an American soldier who refused to die, in spite of terrible wounds that would have stopped a lesser man. Frank Laumer has used historical documents, including Clark's own brief account, and, as Laumer explains, "taken the bones of fact and put upon them the flesh of fiction." It is the story of great duplicity, not on the part of Seminole Indians, but of the politicians and officers who sent the men of Dade's command to their death. Dade's Battle was the pretext needed to begin what was to be the longest and most expensive Indian war in American history. Books, Fiction~~Biographical, Nobodys-Hero~~Frank-Laumer, 999999999, Nobody's Hero, Frank Laumer, 1561644315, Pineapple Press, Inc., , , , , Pineapple Press, Inc.

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In December of 1835, eight officers and one hundred men of the U.S. Army under the command of Brevet Major Francis Langhorne Dade set out from Fort Brooke at Tampa Bay, Florida, to march north a hundred miles to reinforce Fort King (present-day Ocala). On the sixth day, halfway to their destination, they were attacked by Seminole Indians. By four o’clock in the afternoon, only three wounded soldiers survived what came to be known as Dade’s Massacre. Only two of those men managed to struggle fifty miles back to Fort Brooke. One of them, wounded in shoulder and hip, a bullet in one lung, was Pvt. Ransom Clark. This is the story of his incredible journey.Nobody’s Hero is a true adventure of an American soldier who refused to die, in spite of terrible wounds that would have stopped a lesser man. Frank Laumer has used historical documents, including Clark’s own brief account, and, as Laumer explains, “taken the bones of fact and put upon them the flesh of fiction.” It is the story of great duplicity, not on the part of Seminole Indians, but of the politicians and officers who sent the men of Dade’s command to their death. Dade’s Battle was the pretext needed to begin what was to be the longest and most expensive Indian war in American history. Frank Laumer, Books, Fiction and Literature, Nobody's Hero Books>Fiction and Literature, Pineapple Press

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In December of 1835, eight officers and one hundred men of the U.S. Army under the command of Brevet Major Francis Langhorne Dade set out from Fort Brooke at Tampa Bay, Florida, to march north a hundred miles to reinforce Fort King (present-day Ocala). On the sixth day, halfway to their destination, they were attacked by Seminole Indians. By four o'clock in the afternoon, only three wounded soldiers survived what came to be known as Dade's Massacre. Only two of those men managed to struggle fifty miles back to Fort Brooke. One of them, wounded in shoulder and hip, a bullet in one lung, was Pvt. Ransom Clark. This is the story of his incredible journey.Nobody's Hero is a true adventure of an American soldier who refused to die, in spite of terrible wounds that would have stopped a lesser man. Frank Laumer has used historical documents, including Clark's own brief account, and, as Laumer explains, "taken the bones of fact and put upon them the flesh of fiction." It is the story of great duplicity, not on the part of Seminole Indians, but of the politicians and officers who sent the men of Dade's command to their death. Dade's Battle was the pretext needed to begin what was to be the longest and most expensive Indian war in American history. genre fiction,historical,historical fiction,literature and fiction Historical Fiction, Pineapple Press

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[EAN: 9781561644315], Gebraucht, wie neu, [PU: Pineapple Press, Inc., Sarasota, Florida], CLARK, RANSOM-FICTION; DADE MASSACRE, FLA., 1835-FICTION; SEMINOLE WAR, 2ND 1835-1842-FICTION., Jacket, Signed on the half title page by the author, Frank Laumer, with his most distinctive signature; nor personalized to anyone. Laumer states that for nearly 50 years he has been searching for Ransom Clark. He has exhumed his remains, and held his bones in his hands. Clark was one of only two survivors of the Dade battle with the Seminole Indians in Florida on December 28, 1835. The wound in his shoulder never healed, however, and he died of infection in 1840, age 28. This is the story. Dust jacket housed in an archival quality cover. 1st edition, 1st printing. A very nice copy by a first rate historician.

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Nobody's Hero

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The story of Pvt. Ransom Clark, survivor of Dade's Battle, 1835 In December of 1835, eight officers and one hundred men of the U.S. Army under the command of Brevet Major Francis Langhorne Dade set out from Fort Brooke at Tampa Bay, Florida, to march north a hundred miles to reinforce Fort King (present-day Ocala). On the sixth day, halfway to their destination, they were attacked by Seminole Indians. By four o clock in the afternoon, only three wounded soldiers survived what came to be known as Dade's Massacre. Only two of those men managed to struggle fifty miles back to Fort Brooke. One of them, wounded in shoulder and hip, a bullet in one lung, was Pvt. Ransom Clark. This is the story of his incredible journey.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781561644315
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1561644315
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2008
Herausgeber: PINEAPPLE PR INC
271 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,567 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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