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Table Of Contents

Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four
Chapter Five
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight
Chapter Nine
Chapter Ten
Chapter Eleven
Chapter Twelve
Chapter Thirteen
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Fifteen
Chapter Sixteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Eighteen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter Twenty
Chapter Twenty One
Chapter Twenty Four
Chapter Twenty Five
Chapter Twenty Six
Chapter Twenty Seven
Chapter Twenty Eight
Chapter Twenty Nine
Chapter Thirty
Chapter Thirty One
Chapter Thirty Two
Chapter Thirty Four
Chapter Thirty Five
Chapter Thirty Six
Chapter Thirty Seven
Chapter Thirty Eight
Chapter Thirty Nine
Chapter Forty
Chapter Forty Two
Chapter Forty Three
Chapter Forty Four
Chapter Forty Five
Chapter Forty Six
Chapter Forty Seven
Chapter Forty Eight
Chapter Forty Nine
Chapter Fifty
Chapter Fifty One
Chapter Fifty Two
Chapter Fifty Three
Chapter Fifty Four
Chapter Fifty Five
Chapter Fifty Six
Chapter Fifty Seven
Chapter Fifty Eight
Chapter Fifty Nine
Chapter Sixty
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Flying Hawk, Slave Boy, 9,500 BC

Flying Hawk, Slave Boy, 9,500 BC

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The slave boy Flying Hawk encounters one adventure after another on a long journey with another slave. Time after time it seems death would take him, but he always wins his fight for survival. The survival of his people rests on him. Love enters his life at an early age. The wild beasts of his era only think of him as a good meal. As the story continues through 9,500 years, one of Flying Hawks descendants appears with lots of questions. Flying Hawk meets an ancient tribe called the Old People. You must meet them also. These Old People are an earlier race of people who inhabited the Americas before the Asiatic tribes from Russia and Mongolia crossed the land bridge to populate the continent. The Asiatic races fought with these early cave peoples. I have found little bits and pieces of information which are as elusive as these early people. We know that there were early civilizations all over the world; ancient cities are occasionally revealed when the wind carries away mountains of sand. We must not overlook the importance of early woman; her role was not of subjugation but holding the family together. These hunter-gatherers followed the wild herds for their sustenance, and they believed in a great spirit.

The slave boy Flying Hawk encounters one adventure after another on a long journey with another slave. Time after time it seems death would take him, but he always wins his fight for survival. The survival of his people rests on him. Love enters his life at an early age. The wild beasts of his era only think of him as a good meal. As the story continues through 9,500 years, one of Flying Hawks descendants appears with lots of questions. Flying Hawk meets an ancient tribe called the Old People. You must meet them also. These Old People are an earlier race of people who inhabited the Americas before the Asiatic tribes from Russia and Mongolia crossed the land bridge to populate the continent. The Asiatic races fought with these early cave peoples. I have found little bits and pieces of information which are as elusive as these early people. We know that there were early civilizations all over the world; ancient cities are occasionally revealed when the wind carries away mountains of sand. We must not overlook the importance of early woman; her role was not of subjugation but holding the family together. These hunter-gatherers followed the wild herds for their sustenance, and they believed in a great spirit.

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