The women mentioned on these pages represent a fraction of women warriors in history. Records show
that women defended homes, villages,and castles. Like men they have duled for honor using sword or pistols. They have
been spies, terrorist, bandits, and pirates. They have fought in aerial combat, guerilla warefare, and hand to hand
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Teresa uses her wits
more than weapons to battle her foe. Caught in the act of stealing, she joins an old retired Spanish soldier to rescue
victims sentenced by the Inquisition to die. Her partner is the Onyx Owl wanted by both the church and the Spanish authorities.
Using a web of deceit,
she befriends the foe. She and the Onyx Owl save many unfortunate prisoners from a death by fire. When their enemy,
Estaban, discovers what they are doing, Teresa and the Onyx Owl flee to the New World. But Estaban is not far behind
Katherine Rose Kingsley is
a half-blood Cheyenne
and has given up any claim to be a part of the white man’s world. Her mother
is Cheyenne and her father is white. She
adopts her Indian name Prairie Rose and goes to the sacred hills on a vision quest where The Great Spirit grants her a vision. She goes on a quest to learn the meaning of the message. With the white man’s mistreatment of the Sioux and Cheyenne
she becomes involved with defending the people she loves. At Little Big Horn,
the Indian’s win the battle but lose the war.
When the white men start taking the children away from their parents and sending them to schools in the
East in order to civilize the “savages, a medicine man and Catholic missionary interpret Prairie Rose’s vision
and she learns her destiny.
While the French attack the Spanish colony
of Santa Maria, Catana and her friend Louis rescue an Indian and black man forced into slave labor. She and her three companions steal a Spanish sloop and sail south to freedom and to search for Catana’s
father. In Havana they find the Spanish do not take kindly to those who steal
ships and slaves.
They flee to Port Royal and learn that
the two shipwrecked men the picked up have a price on their heads. In self defense
she and her companions “go on account” and join the brotherhood of the coast.
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|Ballad of the Warrior Maiden
Ballad of the Warrior Maiden
maiden leads a band of Viking warriors to an unknown land and a lost treasure.
Marked by the sign of Thor, Rianna a young Celtic
maiden is drawn into a search for a lost treasure. With the help of an enchanted
sword and Roderick the Raven, she sails with a Viking crew to a mysterious and dangerous land where the natives practice human
sacrifice atop a pyramid.