The Clendenin Massacre by Gregory Clendenin
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When sixty Shawnee Indians led by their chief, Cornstalk, arrive
unannounced at the Clendenin farmstead in Virginia, the family hesitantly
offers their home and food in a gesture of friendship and peace. But things
quickly go horribly wrong, the event forever becoming an important part of
the annals of colonial America, even spurring the King of England to issue
a historical proclamation. The story is also about a woman, Ann Clendenin;
a pioneer, a wife, a mother and a farmer. Her actions and courage, in the
midst of incredibly frightening and difficult circumstances, made her an
American heroine.

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