The Piasa Or The Devil Among The Indians (1887) download epub
by Perry A. Armstrong
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Armstrong, Perry A. (1887). Armstrong, Perry A. The Piasa, or, The Devil among the Indians. The Sauks and the Black Hawk war : with biographical sketches, etc. Springfield, IL: . (1885). Sauk-e-nuk, the ancient city of the Sauks : its location, construction, population, government, antiquity and home life, Black Hawk's Watch-Tower, and Lover's Tomb. Rock Island, IL. (1876). Morris, IL: Reformer Office. Morris, IL: E. Fletcher, printer.
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The Indian deity appeared to him in a dream and directed Ouatoga to select twenty of his best warriors, arm them . Another intriguing version of the Piasa legend came from the pen of . Armstrong in his 1887 book, The Piasa, or the Devil Among the Indians.
The Indian deity appeared to him in a dream and directed Ouatoga to select twenty of his best warriors, arm them with bows and conceal them in a designated place. Ouatoga, acting as live bait, stood on a bluff to attract the Piasa. As the bird swooped down to seize Ouatoga, the armed natives emerged from cover and shot their arrows into the beast. Screaming in pain, the Piasa flew to the other side of the Mississippi and died. Now the Piasa supposedly was a tradition of the Miami tribe, as well as the Illini.