Red Jacket

Author: Pamela Mordecai
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459729412
Size: 32.97 MB
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Teased for her light skin and red hair during her childhood on St. Chris, Grace is puzzled about why she looks different from her family. As she comes into adulthood, Grace confronts the mystery of her own identity and the story of her birth mother in this sprawling, large-hearted novel.

Red Jacket

Author: Christopher Densmore
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815627852
Size: 47.44 MB
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In the first modern biography of Red jacket, Christopher Densmore sheds light on the achievements of this formidable Iroquois diplomat who, as a representative of the Seneca and Six Nations, met and negotiated with American presidents from George Washington to Andrew Jackson. The political career of Red Jacket (1758-1830) began just before the American Revolution, when both the Americans and the British sought the alliance of the powerful Iroquois Confederacy. By the 1790s, Red Jacket was frequently the diplomat chosen by the Seneca Nation and the Iroquois Confederacy to represent them in councils and treaty negotiations between the United States, the British in Canada, and the Indian nations of the Ohio Country. Red Jacket spoke eloquently against the sale of Indian lands, against the encroachment of the white man’s religion and culture, and in defense of Indian sovereignty. His speeches were widely known in his own lifetime and continue to be reprinted.

Red Jacket

Author: Joseph Heywood
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 0762787597
Size: 65.31 MB
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Woods Cop mystery author Joseph Heywood takes readers to an era when people had to be as hard as the lives they lived. Meet Lute Bapcat, orphan, loner, former cowboy, Rough Rider, beaver trapper, a man who in 1913, with the enthusiastic recommendation by Theodore Roosevelt, himself, becomes one of the Michigan’s first civil service game wardens. His territory: The Keweenaw Peninsula, the state’s industrial center. Featuring a stunning array of characters, fascinating historical detail, and Heywood’s trademark writing about life and work in Michigan’s wild, Red Jacket asks Lute to confront an explosive, bloody labor strike; a siege-like sabotage, including a sudden rash of decapitated, spoiled deer; poisoned trout streams and well water; and unusual deforestation-all apparently designed by mine owners to deny nature’s bounty to the strikers, and thereby to break the union. The strike’s violence culminates in the Italian Hall disaster, during which a man allegedly yells fire in a small building with several hundred people inside. In the panic, 73 people are crushed or die of suffocation, the majority of them the children and wives of striking miners at the hall for a Christmas party. Even with good people dying, the Michigan governor refuses to take sides. Should Lute Bapcat?

The Kid In The Red Jacket

Author: Barbara Park
Publisher: Yearling
ISBN: 9780307797049
Size: 26.32 MB
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If you thought Junie B. Jones was FUNNY—catch more laughs from New York Times bestselling author Barbara Park with her hilarious middle-grade novels—just right for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid and I Funny! Can Howard SURVIVE life without friends? Howard Jeeter’s parents have ruined his life. They’ve moved him across the country, and all the kids in his new town act like he’s totally invisible. At least, all of them except for his six-year-old neighbor, Molly Vera Thompson. Howard could use a friend. But a little girl who talks nonstop? Not what he had in mind. Still, when you’re really lonely, you’ll be friends with anyone…right? An IRA-CBC Children’s Choice A Library of Congress Children’s Book of the Year A Parents’ Choice Gold Award Winner * “Park writes in a witty and bittersweet style about the awkward, supersensitive age of early adolescence. Another first-rate addition to the middle-grade popular reading shelf.” —School Library Journal, Starred “[A] witty middle-grade novel.” —Publishers Weekly From the Trade Paperback edition.

Red Jacket Seneca Chief

Author: Arthur Caswell Parker
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 9780803287556
Size: 14.67 MB
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This is the story of controversial Seneca chief and orator Red Jacket (ca. 1750-1830), whose passionate, articulate defense of the old ways won the admiration of many but also earned enmity from other tribal leaders. Red Jacket received a medal from George Washington as a token of friendship. This biography follows Red Jacket from boyhood through the Revolutionary War.

The Collected Speeches Of Sagoyewatha Or Red Jacket

Author: Red Jacket (Seneca chief)
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 9780815630968
Size: 29.86 MB
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This volume is a collection of the speeches of Sagoyewatha, or Red Jacket, a nineteenth-century Native American orator who served as a representative of the Seneca and the Six Nations.

The Red Jacket

Author: Meredith Kennedy
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1609111834
Size: 66.84 MB
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Six Friends. One Leather Jacket. A Future No One Could Believe. Six high school friends find a vintage red jacket that turns out to be more than it seems. As the friends wear the jacket, it becomes part of their emerging identities, as they all struggle to navigate the treacherous path to adulthood. The red jacket is with them as the six friends experience the pain and passion of first love, while a hurricane of emotions pushes them into the shadowlands of sex, drugs and alcohol. While each one wears the red jacket, it reveals the risks to which they are blind. Yet the friends continue down treacherous paths to unexpected outcomes: drug overdose, unplanned pregnancy, STD, a disastrous fire. Suddenly the friends find that the only strength they have is each other, as their lives spiral out of control to a shocking climax that leaves them all forever changed. Based on true stories, The Red Jacket is a powerful novel of friendship and love, and the nature of making choices in a complex world. About the Author: Meredith Kennedy writes on the dangers of poor choices and the wisdom of looking ahead. She wrote her book after hearing several such stories of life-altering events.I hope to speak to young readers in voices they will appreciate and understand, without having to go through these traumas themselves. She is now writing the sequel. Raised in Michigan, Kennedy moved to Africa, where she has taught in many countries; she now lives in Zanzibar. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/TheRedJacket.htm

Danny S Red Jacket

Author: Don Dilmore
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1615662685
Size: 41.43 MB
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No one understands that I just want to be me. Danny, Jack and Rusty spend a great deal of their time together, riding their bikes, swimming in the creek, and fishing -typical twelve-year-old activities. Danny is frequently in trouble with his parents because he gets so involved in their adventures that he fails to get home on time, or he wanders off when he hasn't asked permission. So, when he notices Rusty becoming friends with Tim, a boy who has been in bad trouble and also acting strangely about fires that have been started in their hometown of Bolton, Colorado, Danny rethinks hanging out with Rusty. When witnesses see Danny's Red Jacket at the scene of a crime, and because of Rusty's constant bullying, Danny wonders if anyone will believe his innocence. With his dad already angry that Danny doesn't behave, or study or practice his horn like his brother and sister, this new situation doesn't make life any easier. His dad is the one person whose mind he wants to change, but how can he change the mind of someone who has no faith in him? And who took Danny's Red Jacket?