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  • "Cotekya" Ghost Warrior of Spirit Lake

    By Aubrey Glen Mobley

    Our Price: $8.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781470051242
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: February 2012
    In 1541, Hernando De Soto slaughtered all the people of a tiny village of Quapaw Indians except for a 15 year old boy named Kyota. Kyota fought back killing many Spanish soldiers, and finally put the fatal shot into De Soto. The village was rebuilt, and Kyota vowed to never allow his village be destroyed again. But he died in 1593, leaving his son Cotekya in charge of their safety. The village is near Spirit Lake, as the Indians called it, and is nestled in the foothills of the Osark Mountain range in Northeast Arkansas, near the present day town of Pocahontas. The year is 1610 and the Spaniards have returned. They were in search of the fabled city of gold that De Soto had sought long and unsuccessfully for. But this time it would be different. The Chief, Cotekya, had a grandson also named Cotekya. This is his story.
  • Cawley La'fe

    By Aubrey Glen Mobley

    Our Price: $8.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781470052508
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: February 2012
    In the late 1600s, French explorers from Canada reached the lower Mississippi Valley and claimed it for France under the name Louisiana. Sieur d’Iberville established the first French settlement at Old Biloxi in 1699. King Louis XIV sent a group of men, led by Jean Baptiste, to strengthen Frances hold along the confines of the Mississippi River. This story is about those men and their impact on the settlement of the New World. It covers the Land Grant given by King Louis XIV to the Quapaw Indians for their role in helping secure a lasting foothold in the Mississippi Delta. It covers the rise and fall of John Law and the first use of paper money. It tells of the founding of New Orleans and the building of Fort Jean Baptiste at the Red River crossing in the present day city of Natchitoches Louisiana. It tells of Cawley La’Fe, a minor character in the story, and his lasting impact on the settlements of the nation. The story couldn’t be told without him. Lastly it relates the harmony between the Quapaw Indians and the French. The French influence, still exist today.
  • The Adventures of Tukamendada and the Arapaho Gold

    By Aubrey Glen Mobley

    Our Price: $8.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781470071653
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: March 2012
    Tukamendada watched in horror as the row boats neared the shore. He was the son of Chief Abeokuta of the Bantu tribe in central Ivory Coast, Africa, and had been captured while visiting a neighbors tribe. His visit was to marry the daughter of the Chief of that tribe. He had pleaded with the slave traders to release him, arguing that he was not of that tribe, but they did not heed his pleas. He was branded on the chest along with the one hundred others captured in the raid. Tukamendada was among the first to be taken to the ship that awaited its cargo of slaves. He spoke to the captain of the ship as he was brought on board, but the captain only nodded to him then ordered him into the hole of the ship. This load of slaves was being sent to the islands of the New World where they would bring a very good price. Tukamendada could speak the Spanish language making him very valuable. African slaves were preferred because they could not run away as easily due to the color of their skin, and were unable to blend into a crowd as easily as the Indians could. This story is about Tukamendada, an African slave, who was sold to Hernando De Soto in 1539 and later escaped. Knowing he could never go back to Africa and vowing not to be enslaved again, made him one of the most colorful characters in American folk lore. He was a storyteller, and an inspiration to all the Indian tribes he met. He became a true American hero for his ability to tell incredible stories. Many of his tales have found their way into the American history books as ficitional history.
  • The Chosen Ones

    By Aubrey Glen Mobley

    Our Price: $12.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9781468151510
    • Publisher: Createspace
    • Published: February 2012
    In the early 1960's there were a rash of U.F.O. sightings and abductions. There were so many credible reports that the government appointed a special commission to investigate. Many were dismissed as swamp gas, sunspots or wild imaginations. Some could not be explained. This Story is about one of those abductions. Jack Moore, a candy salesman in 1962, was abducted while on his delivery route and returned 50 years later to the same spot that he was abducted. Yet he had not aged while he was gone. He could not remember what had happened during those missing years, however, he knew things that he should not know, but only if the question was asked. He also had a unique blood type that could heal even the most horrendous affliction known to man. The blood type elevated him to the highest level ever attained by any man. Even the most powerful men in the world bowed before him. He would be the one to save mankind. The Mayan Indians in Central America predicted the end of time on December 31, 2012. Nostradamus also predicted a great catastrophe on the same date. Even the Chinese made the same prediction. The Bible also speaks of a new earth and the second coming. So is our time up? Jack knows.

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