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The old savage was yet in favour of tomahawking the captives and retreating without delay.
WILD WESTERN SCENESJOHN BEAUCHAMP JONES
To the first—that of passing over the rock and tomahawking him, there was one objection so important as to make it a fatal one.
OONOMOO THE HURONEDWARD S. ELLIS
As he approached, Lyttle gave him his hand, but with difficulty restrained the men from tomahawking him.
CHRONICLES OF BORDER WARFAREALEXANDER SCOTT WITHERS
The Federals charged mutilation of dead bodies on the battle-field and the tomahawking and scalping of prisoners.
THE AMERICAN INDIAN AS PARTICIPANT IN THE CIVIL WARANNIE HELOISE ABEL
In my excitement over the picture of a red man tomahawking a child I turned a page so swiftly that I put a long tear in it.
THE LIGHT IN THE CLEARINGIRVING BACHELLER
Finally they agree, over the second sixpennyworth of Scotch hot, on five hundred pounds as the price of tomahawking the Sagamore.
WITHIN THE TIDESJOSEPH CONRAD
There could be little doubt that the Apaches preferred to take both prisoners, instead of shooting or tomahawking them in a fight.
THE CAVE IN THE MOUNTAINLIEUT. R. H. JAYNE
They were painted horribly, and exhibited the operation of scalping and tomahawking in fine style.
EARLY WESTERN TRAVELS, 1748-1846, VOLUME XIIWILLIAM FAUX
What could she do, for he might be tomahawking her in less than no time?
THE KNIGHTS OF THE WHITE SHIELDEDWARD A. RAND
Witchcraft is punished by death, stabbing, tomahawking, or burning.
WYANDOT GOVERNMENT: A SHORT STUDY OF TRIBAL SOCIETYJOHN WESLEY POWELL