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1877. Illustrated. The first volume in Kellogg's The Forest Glen Series. The story here presented not only grasps those terrible vicissitudes in which the frontier life of our forefathers was so prolific, but at the same time conveys many useful lessons and incentives to manly effort, and much curious information in relation to a period in the history of Pennsylvania, when her soil was occupied by a population comprising many different races and religious sects, having little in common, and held together by the fearful pressure of an Indian war. Here we behold the strange spectacle of the…mehr

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1877. Illustrated. The first volume in Kellogg's The Forest Glen Series. The story here presented not only grasps those terrible vicissitudes in which the frontier life of our forefathers was so prolific, but at the same time conveys many useful lessons and incentives to manly effort, and much curious information in relation to a period in the history of Pennsylvania, when her soil was occupied by a population comprising many different races and religious sects, having little in common, and held together by the fearful pressure of an Indian war. Here we behold the strange spectacle of the Quaker tilling his land, and pursuing his ordinary duties, while his more belligerent neighbor sleeps with the rifle within reach of his hand, sits in the house of God with the weapon between his knees, goes armed in the funeral procession, which is often attacked, the mourners killed, scalped, and flung into the grave of the corpse they were about to inter...See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
""Forest Glen or The Mohawk's Friendship"" is a novel written by Elijah Kellogg. The story is set in the late 18th century in the wilderness of North America. The main character is a young man named Frank Nelson, who is captured by a Mohawk tribe during the French and Indian War. He is taken to their village and is initially afraid for his life, but he quickly develops a strong friendship with one of the tribe's warriors, named Blackbird.As Frank spends more time with the Mohawk tribe, he learns about their customs, beliefs, and way of life. He also becomes involved in their conflicts with other tribes and with the British soldiers who are trying to take control of the land. Throughout the novel, Frank and Blackbird work together to navigate these challenges and to maintain their friendship in the face of adversity.""Forest Glen or The Mohawk's Friendship"" is a tale of adventure, friendship, and cultural understanding. It offers a glimpse into the complex relationships between Native American tribes and European settlers during a tumultuous period in history. The novel is also notable for its vivid descriptions of the natural world, which play an important role in the story's themes of harmony and balance.1877. Illustrated. The first volume in Kellogg¿¿¿¿¿¿¿s The Forest Glen Series. The story here presented not only grasps those terrible vicissitudes in which the frontier life of our forefathers was so prolific, but at the same time conveys many useful lessons and incentives to manly effort, and much curious information in relation to a period in the history of Pennsylvania, when her soil was occupied by a population comprising many different races and religious sects, having little in common, and held together by the fearful pressure of an Indian war. Here we behold the strange spectacle of the Quaker tilling his land, and pursuing his ordinary duties, while his more belligerent neighbor sleeps with the rifle within reach of his hand, sits in the house of God with the weapon between his knees, goes armed in the funeral procession, which is often attacked, the mourners killed, scalped, and flung into the grave of the corpse they were about to inter...See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the old original and may contain some imperfections such as library marks and notations. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions, that are true to their original work.