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Riassunto: Tomahawks to Peace moves forward in Lenape history, portraying the life and times of Glikkikan. In Volume III Glikkikan is the renowned Lenape orator, the heathen war chief, the champion of his people, and the consummate seeker of truth.
Tomahawks to Peace tells the tale of how a skilled Lenape orator (Glikkikan) tries to convince a doubtful white youth (Turtle) that the Indian grievances leading to the French and Indian War were real. Turtle never accepts the truth of Glikkikan's tale until...
You will be caught up in the struggle as Glikkikan and Turtle try to separate truth from fiction while the world they know crashes around them.

L'autore: Love for learning sparked early in James Landis' life. Raised on Pennsylvania and Virginia farms by a professor father and a home-loving mother, his world formed in a place where work and study intermingled. Reading and history lessons captured his young mind in class while farm chores educated his hands at home.
After graduating from high school in 1960, James chose agricultural work for three years. But the yearning for book learning propelled him to college. For another year he sharpened English composition skills and reveled in Bible and history lessons.
James enlarged his education with diverse experiences. For fourteen years he dairy farmed on Georgia plans. He taught high school students amid Pennsylvania hills. He wrote at a publishing house in the New Mexico desert.
From his West Virginia mountain home he edited various educational newsletters and penned articles for farm magazines. His hobbies vary from chess games and singing to beekeeping, landscaping, and composting.
His agricultural, economic, and historical interests spurred travel to Central and South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.
James prizes truth. He refuses to accept pat answers flipped to ethical questions. His beliefs demand Bible research, historical evaluation, and worldview consideration. He enjoys stirring minds though church periodicals, Sunday school classes, and Bible history lessons.
James resides in Petersburg, West Virginia and does most of his writing there. He also travels frequently pursuing business interests, doing research and teaching, and enjoying social visits to his seven children and thirty-five grandchildren scattered in four states.

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