EIGHTEEN FOR MERCY
Eighteen for Mercy is a historical novel written by Donald Williams Jr., surrounding the massacre at Gnadenhutten.
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PASSACONAWAY BORN: 1650 - 1679 KANCAMAGUS BORN ? TRIBE: Penacook Kancamagus, whose name means "the fearless one," was the last sagamore (chief) of the Pennacook Confederacy. The [...]
Eighteen For Mercy is a work of fiction written by Donald Williams Jr. This debut novel is a captivating blend of fact and fiction surrounding the events which led up to and immediately followed the massacre of ninety-six Christian Moravian Indians in the Moravian mission town of Gnadenhutten.
The story begins at the close of the American Revolution, and spans the events that occurred in Pennsylvania’s newly formed Washington County and the Native American held Ohio country from August 1781 through March 1783.
The plot of Eighteen for Mercy will take you on a journey of three sibling of Native American and French heritage who, upon the wanton murder of family and friends by the Washington County Militia, purse a course in which they are compelled to follow – that of revenge.