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William Hepworth Dixon, White Conquest: Volume 1, Chapter 25: the Red war. (search)
resh massacre has been committed on the Smoky Hill, no one believes the tale. But day by day the story is confirmed, on which a party of men goes out to see the spot. Bones, much picked by wolves and ravens, lie about the Prairie track. Lumps of burnt wood are strewn around. No one knows the victims of this Indian outrage, but that murder has been done no man who passes by that road can doubt. At length a book is found — a pocket Bible, with an entry on the fly-leaf- Germain, Blue Ridge, Georgia. Armed with this entry as a clue, the White avengers are soon acquainted with the leading facts. They learn that Germain's family consisted of nine persons, so that five of them may still be living in Grey Eagle's camp. Two of the girls, Lucy and Ada, are young ladies, Lucy being nineteen, Ada sixteen years of age. Adelaide is a child of nine, and Julia barely seven. These children must be sought and found. Grey Eagle makes for the Red Fork of Arkansas River, by which he means t