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American Natives’ Amazing Wars Against Red-haired Cannibal Giants of the Mounds

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One of the greatest wars of all time can’t be found in the history books: America’s amazing war against the giants.

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The original “Indian Wars” were not between the U.S. Calvary and Native-American tribes but between the Indian settlers and the original Native Americans: the giant red-haired cannibals.

Thousands of years ago, giants roamed the West. Their crude camps and ferocious ways terrorized the early native settlers that had wandered across the land bridge into the North American continent and traveled south and westward into what later became the West and Great Southwest of the United States.

Tribes still speak of those ancient days when their ancestors fought desperate battles against the marauding, loping giants—some towering 12-feet tall or taller–that roamed the land viciously attacking settlements, brutally carrying off screaming women and wailing children for food.

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