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He could bear it no longer; he would make one last effort, even if they tomahawked him on the very verandah.
THE TALKING HORSEF. ANSTEY
Mr. Slocum was shot dead; Mr. Tripp wounded, speared, and tomahawked; both were scalped.
THE MYTHS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANSLEWIS SPENCE
His companion had been tomahawked the moment he reached the foot of the tree, and a like fate was in store for him.
FRANK IN THE MOUNTAINSHARRY CASTLEMON
Major Grant was taken prisoner, and would have been tomahawked on the spot but for the interposition of a French officer.
FROM FARM HOUSE TO THE WHITE HOUSEWILLIAM M. THAYER
Eight of them were tomahawked in the holes to which they had retreated; the other four fell on the field!
This was too much for the Chinese owner, who tomahawked the digger on the spot.
GREATER BRITAINCHARLES WENTWORTH DILKE
It was there that a priest, M. Le Maistre, had been tomahawked, in August 1661.
THE LIFE AND TIMES OF KATERI TEKAKWITHAELLEN H. WALWORTH
Many were overtaken and tomahawked here; but where they had once crossed the river, they were not followed.
As they expected, they found the two Indians lying dead; both had been tomahawked and then scalped.
IN THE HANDS OF THE CAVE-DWELLERSG. A. HENTY
This man said they just killed the little children before their mothers' eyes, after they'd scalped and tomahawked the fathers.
THE PRICE OF THE PRAIRIEMARGARET HILL MCCARTER