1836 1st ed Elkswatawa Native American INDIANS Slaves Tippecanoe James French
James Strange French was a 19th-century American author known for his works of historical fiction, writing on topics such as the Nat Turner Slave Rebellion, life of Davy Crockett, and Tecumseh’s War. His book ‘Elkswatawa’ is a romance novel portraying Native American Indians in a positive light. It was set during the Battle of Tippecanoe during Tecumseh’s War, but the main focus of the work was French’s attitude toward the treatment of slaves and Native Americans. This work caused a stir among other American writers including Edgar Allan Poe who was quite critical of ‘Elkswatawa’.
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FRENCH, James Strange
Elkswatawa, or, The prophet of the West : a tale of the frontier.
New York : Harper, 1836. First edition.
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