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