|Title||Cornplanter chronicles : a tale of the legendary Seneca chieftain|
|Publisher||Mountain Laurel Pub. Corp.,|
|Author||Beck, Harold Thomas|
|Call#||PS3602.E269 C67 2001|
|Summary||Cornplanter Chronicles is a story unlike any other story about a Native American nation and its war chief. The Seneca, a member of the Iroquois League of Six Nations, is the only tribe to survive intact to this day on their ancestral land. They are the only tribe in the United States that was never defeated by American armies and forced to accept the white man's terms. They fought on the losing side several times (The French against the British in the French and Indian War, and the British against the United States in the Revolutionary War), but in each case the war was lost elsewhere and they fought on. When it finally came in 1791, it was Cornplanter, head chief of the Seneca, who negotiated the terms and brought peace to the Alleghenies.|
Cornplanter, Seneca chief, 1732?-1836--Fiction.
Kings and rulers--Fiction.
United States--History--French and Indian War, 1754-1763--Fiction.
United States--History--Revolution, 1775-1783--Fiction.
|Physical Description||315,  p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.|