Everything you need to understand or teach Flashman and the Redskins by George MacDonald Fraser.
Flashman and the Redskins is, the seventh installment of the "Flashman Papers" supposedly discovered late in the 20th century and published by George MacDonald Fraser, detailing Sir Harry Flashman's fantastic career. This volume continues Flashy's American adventures in two parts: the 1849/50 gold rush and an 1875/76 vacation that takes Flashy to Little Bighorn and a surprise meeting with his illegitimate son.
In Flashman and the Redskins George MacDonald Fraser purportedly edits the memoirs of Sir Harry Flashman dealing with two trips to the American frontier. In the first half, dating to 1849, Flashy finds himself in New Orleans, having lost his only hope of a voyage home to England and wanted for multiple felonies up and down the Mississippi. He flees westward, having marries a madame intent on establishing the most profitable bordello in San Francisco to serve the gold miners' needs. They get as far as Santa Fe before...
Flashman and the Redskins Lesson Plans contain 131 pages of teaching material, including: