|Call#||PZ7.H1484 Fl 1954|
Hall, Rubylea. "Flamingo Prince." New York: Duell, Sloan and Pearce, 1954.
hard cover book, 314 pages, B/W illustrations
The front cover is printed in black, green and red and depicts a Seminole couple in a canoe. A flamingo is flying over the canoe. note: this dust jacket has since been removed.
The book synopsis begins:
"Out of intimate knowledge of the Florida Indian country, and careful research, Rubylea Hall has realized the exciting story of the boyhood of the great Indian leader Assi Yohola - whom history knows as Osceola, chief of the Florida Indian during the Seminole Wars of the last century.
Until his eleventh year, the boy has been known as Jon Powell, living in Georgia with his Indian mother, Sally Marie, and a white trader. Then, when the white man leaves, Sally Marie decides to head south to Florida and rejoin her tribe. And she tells her son that he is really a full-blooded Indian, son of a brave warrior killed in battle, grandson of a famous chief Ta-lah Assi……."
|Physical Description||5 3/4" x 8 1/2"|
|LCNO||PZ7.H1484 Fl 1954|
|Published Place||New York|
|Publisher||Duell, Sloan and Pearce|