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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.
Mr. Slocum was shot dead; Mr. Tripp wounded, speared, and tomahawked; both were scalped.
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.
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.
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.
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

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