Title Through swamp and glade : a tale of the Seminole war
Creator Kirk Munroe
Description Illustrated by Victor Perard.
Contents TABLE OF CONTENTS: A bit of the Florida wilderness -- Mr. Troup Jeffers plots mischief -- The slave-catchers at work -- Capture and escape of Nita Pacheco -- A Forest Betrothal -- Cruel death of Ul-we, the staghound -- Coacoochee in the clutches of White Ruffians -- Ralph Boyd the Englishman -- Mysterious disappearance of a sentinel -- Fontaine Salano’s treachery and its rewards -- "The Seminole must go" -- Chen-o-wah is stolen by the slave-catchers -- "Wiley Thompson, where is my wife?" -- Osceola signs the treaty -- Louis Pacheco bides his time -- Osceola’s revenge -- On the verge of the Wahoo Swamp -- Coacoochee’s first battle -- Ralph Boyd and the slave-catcher -- An alligator and his mysterious assailant -- Battle of the Withlacoochee -- The young chief makes a timely discovery -- Shakespeare in the forest -- Bogus Indians and the real articles -- A swamp stronghold of the Seminoles -- Two spies and their fate -- Anstice saves the life of a captive -- The mark of the wildcat -- Treacherous capture of the Coacoochee and Osceola -- In the dungeons of the ancient fortress -- A daring escape -- Nita hears that Coacoochee is dead -- Told by the Magnolia Spring -- Following a mysterious trail -- Fate of the slave-catchers -- Peace is again proposed -- Coacoochee is again made prisoner -- Douglass fulfils his mission -- The bravest girl in Florida -- A double wedding and the setting sun.
Contributor Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York, NY
Digitized by Florida International University Libraries Digital Collections Center for the Everglades Digital Library.
Date 1916
Type Book
Physical Description ix, 353 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 19 cm.
Format PDF
Rights Copyright 1896 by Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Identifier FI07100909