Jonathan Parker and the Moan T'aye Ghost Dance - Alan James

Jonathan Parker and the Moan T'aye Ghost Dance

By Alan James

  • Release Date - Published: 2011-01-29
  • Book Genre: Historical
  • Author: Alan James
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In 1890, the North American Indians began to dance. As promised by the Prophet of Peace, Wovoka, their ghost-shirts protected the braves from the white-eyes bullets, and as the white man began to die by the thousands, the buffalo returned to the prairie. By the turn of the century, the Indian Nation controlled the center of the country from the Continental Divide to the Mississippi River.

Queen Victoria, now supreme Matriarch of Europe, has sent her magnificent flying boat, the Falls of Killgarney, to drive back the Indians and take back her wayward colonies.

With help from a few American legends, our hero, Jonathan Parker, commandeers the giant Anglish flying ship and heads for Spirit Mound as the Reunification Expedition runs headlong into the alien truth behind the GHOST DANCE.

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