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Osceola, the great Seminole War leader, was captured on Old Kings Road in Florida in 1835. He was meeting under a white flag of truce. His capture under a white flag was debated in Congress, the Court of England and capitols throughout the world. This well researched historical fiction account reveals much that is new including a portrait of his wife and son. Osceola speaks for himself. Author William Ryan is a director of the Flagler County Florida historical society and has traced historic Old Kings Road constructed prior to the American Revolution. He has written four books of events on this Colonial era roadway including:
"The Search for Old Kings Road"
"I am Grey Eyes"
"Bulow Gold"
Osceola His Capture and Seminole Legends reflects the Indian point of view rarely offered in an historical account.

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