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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day-especially amongst the descendants of his victims, to the point where his monument was attacked and taken down as recently as 1997. Born in 1734 of Dutch ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick s future: at his father s graveside, he took his knife in his right hand and his rifle in his left, and looking up to Heaven, exclaimed: By the point of the knife in my right hand and the deadly bullet in my left; By Heaven and all that there is in it and by earth and all that there is on it; By the love I bore my father; here on this grave I swear eternal vengeance against the whole Indian race. I swear to kill all and spare none; the old man with his silver hair; the lisping babe without teeth; the mother quick with child and the maiden in the bloom of youth shall die. A voice from my father s grave cries, Revenge! Eternal Revenge! He acquired the title of The Avenger of the Delaware and the rest of his life was caught up waging war against the Indians. Soon his exploits became legendary-amongst both Indians and whites. Time and time again, he avenged Indian massacres with equal brutality, and somehow, even though often captured, he always escaped to carry on his private war. He seldom mixed with other whites, and was often only in the towns long enough to procure more ammunition in exchange for the animal skins from which he made his living-and then would disappear once again into the woods to pursue his deadly aim. Tom Quick s story weaves in-between that of the early settlers, the brutal French and Indian Wars, and finally the American Revolutionary conflict. This no-holds barred description reveals in gory detail the brutal racial war waged between Indians and whites-and the British use of Indians to murder and attack settlers in early America. Tom Quick s true story is one that is now suppressed by the dictates of present-day political correctness-but this does not affect its veracity or historical importance in understanding the dynamics of racial conquest and conflict. Contents Chapter I: Birth and Youth of Tom Chapter II: Death of Thomas Quick Senior Chapter III: Fate of the Carter Family Chapter IV: Defense of a Blockhouse Chapter V: Murder of Muskwink Chapter VI: Massacre of an Indian Family Chapter VII: Adventures at Hagen Pond Chapter VIII: Killing a Buck with Seven Skins Chapter IX: The Biters Bitten Chapter X: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XI: The Biters Bitten Again Chapter XII: Murder at Mongaup Falls Chapter XIII: Anderson and Osterhout Chapter XIV: Death of Graeme Chapter XV: Tragedy on the Shawangunk Chapter XVI: Attack near the Fantinekill Chapter XVII: Burning of Wawarsink Chapter XVIII: Tom s Revolutionary Exploits Chapter XIX: The Scouts of Minisink Chapter XX: Bryant Kaine Chapter XXI: John Land the Tory Chapter XXII: Battle of Minisink Chapter XXIII: Adventure of the Sandburgh Chapter XXIV: Indian Stratagem Chapter XXV: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XXVI: Murder of Canope Chapter XXVII: Russ and Van Etten Chapter XXVIII: Battle with Panthers Chapter XXIX: Death of Tom Quick Chapter XXX: Captain John the Tuscarora Appendix A: Funeral Eulogium Appendix B: Tom Quick Endnotes. Seller Inventory # APC9781495915284

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day-especially amongst the descendants of his victims, to the point where his monument was attacked and taken down as recently as 1997. Born in 1734 of Dutch ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick s future: at his father s graveside, he took his knife in his right hand and his rifle in his left, and looking up to Heaven, exclaimed: By the point of the knife in my right hand and the deadly bullet in my left; By Heaven and all that there is in it and by earth and all that there is on it; By the love I bore my father; here on this grave I swear eternal vengeance against the whole Indian race. I swear to kill all and spare none; the old man with his silver hair; the lisping babe without teeth; the mother quick with child and the maiden in the bloom of youth shall die. A voice from my father s grave cries, Revenge! Eternal Revenge! He acquired the title of The Avenger of the Delaware and the rest of his life was caught up waging war against the Indians. Soon his exploits became legendary-amongst both Indians and whites. Time and time again, he avenged Indian massacres with equal brutality, and somehow, even though often captured, he always escaped to carry on his private war. He seldom mixed with other whites, and was often only in the towns long enough to procure more ammunition in exchange for the animal skins from which he made his living-and then would disappear once again into the woods to pursue his deadly aim. Tom Quick s story weaves in-between that of the early settlers, the brutal French and Indian Wars, and finally the American Revolutionary conflict. This no-holds barred description reveals in gory detail the brutal racial war waged between Indians and whites-and the British use of Indians to murder and attack settlers in early America. Tom Quick s true story is one that is now suppressed by the dictates of present-day political correctness-but this does not affect its veracity or historical importance in understanding the dynamics of racial conquest and conflict. Contents Chapter I: Birth and Youth of Tom Chapter II: Death of Thomas Quick Senior Chapter III: Fate of the Carter Family Chapter IV: Defense of a Blockhouse Chapter V: Murder of Muskwink Chapter VI: Massacre of an Indian Family Chapter VII: Adventures at Hagen Pond Chapter VIII: Killing a Buck with Seven Skins Chapter IX: The Biters Bitten Chapter X: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XI: The Biters Bitten Again Chapter XII: Murder at Mongaup Falls Chapter XIII: Anderson and Osterhout Chapter XIV: Death of Graeme Chapter XV: Tragedy on the Shawangunk Chapter XVI: Attack near the Fantinekill Chapter XVII: Burning of Wawarsink Chapter XVIII: Tom s Revolutionary Exploits Chapter XIX: The Scouts of Minisink Chapter XX: Bryant Kaine Chapter XXI: John Land the Tory Chapter XXII: Battle of Minisink Chapter XXIII: Adventure of the Sandburgh Chapter XXIV: Indian Stratagem Chapter XXV: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XXVI: Murder of Canope Chapter XXVII: Russ and Van Etten Chapter XXVIII: Battle with Panthers Chapter XXIX: Death of Tom Quick Chapter XXX: Captain John the Tuscarora Appendix A: Funeral Eulogium Appendix B: Tom Quick Endnotes. Seller Inventory # APC9781495915284

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About this Item: Blurb, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day-especially among the descendants of his victims, to the point where his monument was attacked and taken down in 1997. Born in 1734 of Dutch ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick s future. Tom Quick s story weaves in-between that of the early settlers, the brutal French and Indian Wars, and finally the American Revolutionary conflict. This no-holds barred description reveals in gory detail the brutal racial war waged between Indians and whites-and the British use of Indians to murder and attack settlers in early America. Tom Quick s true story is one that is now suppressed by the dictates of present-day political correctness-but this does not affect its veracity or historical importance in understanding the dynamics of racial conquest and conflict. About the author. James Eldrige Quinlan (1818-1874) was born in the state of New York and owned the DeVoe and Quinlan Publishers in Monticello, NY. He was also editor of the Monticello Republican Watchman newspaper from 1838 until 1866. He won fame for his publication of Tom Quick the Indian Slayer in 1851. He was also instrumental in ensuring the location of the Monticello Academy in Monticello, NY. Seller Inventory # AAV9781389641534

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About this Item: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback. Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. 168 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.4in.One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this dayespecially amongst the descendants of his victims, to the point where his monument was attacked and taken down as recently as 1997. Born in 1734 of Dutch ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quicks future: at his fathers graveside, he took his knife in his right hand and his rifle in his left, and looking up to Heaven, exclaimed: By the point of the knife in my right hand and the deadly bullet in my left; By Heaven and all that there is in it and by earth and all that there is on it; By the love I bore my father; here on this grave I swear eternal vengeance against the whole Indian race. I swear to kill all and spare none; the old man with his silver hair; the lisping babe without teeth; the mother quick with child and the maiden in the bloom of youth shall die. A voice from my fathers grave cries, Revenge! Eternal Revenge! He acquired the title of The Avenger of the Delaware and the rest of his life was caught up waging war against the Indians. Soon his exploits became legendaryamongst both Indians and whites. Time and time again, he avenged Indian massacres with equal brutality, and somehow, even though often captured, he always escaped to carry on his private war. He seldom mixed with other whites, and was often only in the towns long enough to procure more ammunition in exchange for the animal skins from which he made his livingand then would disappear once again into the woods to pursue his deadly aim. Tom Quicks story weaves in-between that of the early settlers, the brutal French and Indian Wars, and finally the American Revolutionary conflict. This no-holds barred description reveals in gory detail the brutal racial war waged between Indians and whitesand the British use of Indians to murder and attack settlers in early America. Tom Quicks true story is one that is now suppressed by the dictates of present-day political correctnessbut this does not affect its veracity or historical importance in understanding the dynamics of racial conquest and conflict. Contents Chapter I: Birth and Youth of Tom Chapter II: Death of Thomas Quick Senior Chapter III: Fate of the Carter Family Chapter IV: Defense of a Blockhouse Chapter V: Murder of Muskwink Chapter VI: Massacre of an Indian Family Chapter VII: Adventures at Hagen Pond Chapter VIII: Killing a Buck with Seven Skins Chapter IX: The Biters Bitten Chapter X: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XI: The Biters Bitten Again Chapter XII: Murder at Mongaup Falls Chapter XIII: Anderson and Osterhout Chapter XIV: Death of Graeme Chapter XV: Tragedy on the Shawangunk Chapter XVI: Attack near the Fantinekill Chapter XVII: Burning of Wawarsink Chapter XVIII: Toms Revolutionary Exploits Chapter XIX: The Scouts of Minisink Chapter XX: Bryant Kaine Chapter XXI: John Land the Tory Chapter XXII: Battle of Minisink Chapter XXIII: Adventure of the Sandburgh Chapter XXIV: Indian Stratagem Chapter XXV: Capture and Escape of Tom Chapter XXVI: Murder of Canope Chapter XXVII: Russ and Van Etten Chapter XXVIII: Battle with Panthers Chapter XXIX: Death of Tom Quick Chapter XXX: Captain John the Tuscarora Appendix A: Funeral Eulogium Ap This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9781495915284

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About this Item: Blurb, 2017. Hardback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. One of the most dramatic tales from early pioneer America, the story of Tom Quick and his one-man war against the American Indians still arouses strong emotions to this day-especially among the descendants of his victims, to the point where his monument was attacked and taken down in 1997. Born in 1734 of Dutch ancestry, Tom Quick lived in peace alongside the Indians for the first part of his life, learning their language, hunting with them, and discovering all of their ways. His path ran up and down the Delaware River, and Indians were frequent guests at the Quick household. The Indians, however, soon realized that increasing white settlement would ultimately deprive them of their land, and decided to attempt the extermination of all the Europeans along the Delaware. The Quick family were some of the early victims, and Tom witnessed his father being brutally scalped while still alive. It was this incident which determined Tom Quick s future. Tom Quick s story weaves in-between that of the early settlers, the brutal French and Indian Wars, and finally the American Revolutionary conflict. This no-holds barred description reveals in gory detail the brutal racial war waged between Indians and whites-and the British use of Indians to murder and attack settlers in early America. Tom Quick s true story is one that is now suppressed by the dictates of present-day political correctness-but this does not affect its veracity or historical importance in understanding the dynamics of racial conquest and conflict. About the author. James Eldrige Quinlan (1818-1874) was born in the state of New York and owned the DeVoe and Quinlan Publishers in Monticello, NY. He was also editor of the Monticello Republican Watchman newspaper from 1838 until 1866. He won fame for his publication of Tom Quick the Indian Slayer in 1851. He was also instrumental in ensuring the location of the Monticello Academy in Monticello, NY. Seller Inventory # APC9781389454103

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About this Item: The Deposit Journal, Deposit, NY, 1894. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. Second Edition. Deposit, NY: The Deposit Journal, 1894. Second edition [1894], first published in 1851. The true story of a son avenging the death of his father during the French and Indian Wars. Settling in Milford, Pennsylvania, the family had previously enjoyed a peaceful relationship with the Indians. At the outbreak of the French and Indian Wars, the relationship with the small group of settlers became strained and there was a dispute about the land referred to as Minisink. Quick's father was killed and scalped during a sudden attack, which led Quick to a long and vengeful campaign to kill as many Indians as he could. In fact, he killed nearly a hundred of them over many years, and eventually died of old age. This account was originally published in 1851. This second edition itself is quite scarce. Dark green cloth free from any lettering or other identification, 123 pages. Covers have a lot of surface wear and rubbing, and some fraying to the spine ends, hinges cracked, front free endpaper and title page detached, contents page partially detached. The pages are age-toned and brittle, which may account for the scarcity of surviving copies. There are a few outer margin chips but no significant chips or tears, a name on the front pastedown and a small sticker on the front free endpaper, no other markings. . Second Edition. Hard Cover. Fair. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 003818

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The Original Life and Adventures of Tom: Quinlan, James E.

Quinlan, James E.

Published by Deposit Journal, Deposit, NY (1894)

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From: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA (Pittsburgh, PA, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: Deposit Journal, Deposit, NY, 1894. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good+. No Jacket. Second edition. 1894, Second Edition. Hardcover, original maroon cloth, gilt title. 123 pp. Very Good+. Light rubbing to the boards; tight binding; clean contents. HOWES Q21b. Seller Inventory # 0085392

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Quinlan, James E.

Published by The Deposit Journal, Deposit, NY, USA (1894)

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From: The Country Bookshop [Member VABA] (Plainfield, VT, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: The Deposit Journal, Deposit, NY, USA, 1894. Hardcover. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Reprinted (Second) Edition. According to Howes, the first printing was Monticello, NY, 1851, as "Tom Quick, The Indian Slayer". This is the reprinted (second) edition, with changed title. -- Dark brown cloth boards with gilt lettering on front. -- Some minor wear to corners and a few other spots on covers. Inner hinges cracked front and back, also at last page of text; wobbles but holding well. Former owner inscriptions on ffep. Interior tanning throughout, otherwise tight and clean. Overall Good condition. 123 pp. Size: 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 29584

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History of Sullivan County: Quinlan, James E.

Quinlan, James E.

Published by G. M. Beebe and W. T. Morgans, Liberty, NY (1873)

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From: Balopticon Books & Ephemera (Delmar, NY, U.S.A.)

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About this Item: G. M. Beebe and W. T. Morgans, Liberty, NY, 1873. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Medium brown blind-stamped boards, probably rebound in the last thirty or forty years, looks like the old gilt spine label has been preserved and pasted down, with "History of Sullivan Co." over a line of decoration followed by "Quinlan," one new gray-green first free endpaper reinforced with a strip of binding tape followed by an original endpaper with a small early owner's name pasted down, probably cut out from the original first free endpaper, dedication, preface, introduction, general background, town-by-town histories, appendix, 700 pages followed by ten pages of local advertisements, two original endpapers followed by a final new endpaper. The interior is in very good condition, and I couldn't find a single chip or tear. The binding is adequate, not unattractive, and it will last for a long time, but this is a good candidate for eventual professional rebinding. See also my copy of the limited number 1970 first edition of the Directory of Names for Use with the History of Sullivan County. Seller Inventory # 1156

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