Lewis Wetzel, Indian Fighter: The Life and Times of a Frontier Hero
Devin-Adair Company, 1961 - 237 pages
A biography of frontiersman and scout Lewis Wetzel, who was influential in the Indian wars of the late 18th century, written by his great-nephew.
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Journey to Big Wheeling Creek
Experiences of the Boy Lewis During the Early Part
Lewis Finds His Lifes Work
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