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Fia1

If anyone knows any good stories that involve native Americans, I would enjoy hearing about it. Preferably something between the 1700's onwards.

Cheers.

Replies:   awnlee jawking
Oyster
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"The Hawk & The Chipmunk" by The Scot is a good read.

Since there are only 72 stories tagged as "Western" on this site you could probably look through all of them as well:

http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/western

Edit:
630 stories tagged as "Historical" (http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/historical) which could include a few more stories that fit your search parameters.

Replies:   richardshagrin
awnlee jawking

@Fia1

Two ongoingish stories that spring to mind are 'Run Away' by Dual Writer and 'Doc' by Kingkey. You might like to check out aubie56's stories - he writes lots of westerns and some of them have significant native American related content.

AJ

richardshagrin
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@Oyster


Edit:

630 stories tagged as "Historical" (http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/historical) which could include a few more stories that fit your search parameters.


I looked and found 800 plus (804) stories. The last couple of dozen were fairly low rated and didn't attract me based on their story description, but still, lots more than 630.

Replies:   Oyster
Oyster

@richardshagrin

Interesting.
http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/ shows only 630 while http://storiesonline.net/stories/bytag/historical shows 804.
No idea what creates this discrepancy.

And on topic:
There is/was another story where someone traveled back in time and started living with the natives and started uniting the tribes. Only problem was that the author added aliens and too much future technology toward the end of what was posted of this incomplete story. Forgot the name and author though, so maybe you'll find it via tag or someone else will provide a link.

Replies:   GITW  Fia1  samuelmichaels
GITW

@Oyster

There is/was another story where someone traveled back in time and started living with the natives and started uniting the tribes. Only problem was that the author added aliens and too much future technology toward the end of what was posted of this incomplete story. Forgot the name and author though, so maybe you'll find it via tag or someone else will provide a link


That sounds like a cmsix story. No idea which one.
http://storiesonline.net/a/cmsix

Replies:   docholladay
docholladay
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@GITW


That sounds like a cmsix story. No idea which one.

http://storiesonline.net/a/cmsix


http://storiesonline.net/s/51104/depression

Most likely its the following however:
http://storiesonline.net/s/50988/d-i-v-o-r-c-e

This fits although aliens definitely are involved like many or/all of his time or extra dimensional stories.

Fia1

@Oyster

Your thinking Finding Peace by Celtic Cowboy

Replies:   docholladay  Oyster
samuelmichaels

@Oyster

And on topic:
There is/was another story where someone traveled back in time and started living with the natives and started uniting the tribes. Only problem was that the author added aliens and too much future technology toward the end of what was posted of this incomplete story. Forgot the name and author though, so maybe you'll find it via tag or someone else will provide a link.

Could be Finding Peace by Celtic Cowboy. Incomplete, but still good. Others in the same vein (alternate history) include Will and Carrie by Rotendrachen, and Remittance Man by Howard Faxon.

Howie Randolph stories (Tall Grass, etc.) feature 20th-century Indian tribal life.

Replies:   Fia1
docholladay

@Fia1

Yeah that was a good story for sure. But since this message was posted to the author's profile by the admin all of his stories will remain as is.

quote:
Celtic Cowboy passed away on Tuesday, September 10th, 2013.

Oyster

@Fia1

Yes, that was the one, thank you.

Fia1

@samuelmichaels

Thanks for the tip, it's a good read.

Cheers

LonelyDad

'Lucky Jim' by FantasyLover is an alternate history story set around the Civil War era where the MC interacts with a lot of different tribes in the Plains States.

imsly1
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JRyter has a couple real good westerns

Eli Crow

http://storiesonline.net/s/69853/the-legend-of-eli-crow

And

http://storiesonline.net/s/67279/the-man-from-eagle-creek

http://storiesonline.net/s/11754/blackfeather-time-travel-sex-story

http://storiesonline.net/s/75515/redtail

BlinkReader

There is another good read about this topic: Tom's Adventures by T-Rix (Authors page here is http://storiesonline.net/a/TRix)

Replies:   Fia1
Fia1

@BlinkReader

Have read that multiple times. Great story.

whodoo

Wild Willies An Unremarkable day and An Unremarkable Town have quite a bit a Native American content. Unfortunately he hasn't totally finished the last one yet. I dropped him an email a couple of times to see if there was any progress but never heard back.Does anybody know anything about that?

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