2 edition of Turpin Indians found in the catalog.
Charles M Oehler
|Statement||by Charles M. Oehler|
|Series||Cincinnati Museum of Natural History popular publication series -- no. 1, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History popular publication series -- no. 1|
|Contributions||Cincinnati Museum of Natural History|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||36 p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Nearly four months after the arrest of David and Louise Turpin, the California parents accused of imprisoning and torturing their 13 children, Louise Turpin’s sister has released a book. Turpin Indians: A revised report of the findings of the Cincinnati Museum of Natural History's archaeological exploration of the Turpin site, Hamilton / Cincinnati Museum of Natural History) Unknown Binding – by.
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The Indian Wars narrates three historic bloody wars between the Indians and U.S. Troops. These stories take history lovers and war buffs back to a time when wars were fought with handguns, hatchets, bows and arrows, and other primitive weapons.
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this is a much more cohesive, and overall more enjoyable book than katz' black west. tho both have some of the same historiclal figures and stories i feel they cannot be repeated enough inorder to subvert the dominant paradigm of the west and the frontier the one thing that got me in this book was the authors assumption that "mixed-breed" (in this case, white/red) indians were bigoted and /5.
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