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Wielding an enchanted spear, the Cherokee farmer Gulkalaski fights passionately for his people and for his friends among the Folk.
When Bell is taken from her enslaved parents and forced to endure great hardships, she finds solace by praying in her “willow place.”
The Dwarf Lord Alberich, a key character in Norse and German myth, appears in Wagner’s Ring Cycle as well as Hood’s Folklore Cycle.
John Chapman’s mission takes him far from his Massachusetts birthplace. He plants apple trees, yes, but much more on the frontier.
It was his victory at the 1813 Battle of Lake Erie that added Oliver Hazard Perry to the ranks of American heroes. But there’s more to his story.
Ben Crane seems destined to stay forever in the shadow of his war-hero brother. But a chance encounter puts him on a very different course.
When New York’s wartime governor sends Washington Irving to inspect Sackets Harbor, he finds inspiration from a surprising source.
After befriending a young George Washington years earlier, Hespera helps her fellow Dryads find a solution to an unsettling moral dilemma.
Having assembled a strong confederacy to resist the constant encroachment of American settlers and ideas, Tecumseh forms a fateful alliance.
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