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The Warriors - Part 1: The Wetzels
The Warriors - Part 1: The Wetzels

“From here on out, I aim to kill every injun that crosses my path, so help me God,” swore Lewis Wetzel.

While the American Revolution brought freedom from the tyranny of British rule, for the American indigenous tribes, 1776 marked the beginning of years of conflict that imperiled their existence.

​The Warriors tells the true story of the Ohio Valley tribes who defended their land and way of life from encroaching settlers. When Bald Eagle was ruthlessly murdered, his son, Knotche, rounded up warriors from various tribes for a scalping expedition to avenge his death. They encountered a scrappy, young boy, Lewis Wetzel. They spared his life with plans to adopt him to add to their declining warrior numbers. Little did they know that they would create one of the most memorable and complicated characters in American history.

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The Warriors - Part 2: Imbeciles and Murderers
The Warriors - Part 2: Imbeciles and Murderers

"George Washington didn't trust the militia for good reason."

The new frontier hero, Lewis Wetzel, uses his unique passion to solve murders and rescue maidens, but a dark side begins to emerge. The Continental army builds forts closer and closer to the British through Lenape land, but the blunders by the Continental army and the local militia continue as the native tribes, the Wyandot, Lenape, Shawnee and Mingo continue trying to save their land and lifestyles against forces no one really understands.

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The Warriors - Part 3: Civilization or Death
The Warriors - Part 3: Civilization or Death

"Would the tribes just walk away? To where?"

The American settlers considered the native American Indians savages. The Indians considered the settlers invaders bent on taking their land, something that had been going on for almost two hundred years. The new President, George Washington, in order to protect the borders of the new country against both European and indigenous enemies, sent army after army against the Indians in the Ohio country, only to see them annilated. The British ceded the Indian land, the land of their allies, to the Americans at the end of the Revolutionary War even though the Indians had been triumphant.

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