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"The Spirit of 1776!": Superman, in his Fortress of Solitude, uses his Time Projector to view the first meeting of Tomahawk, Dan Hunter and George Washington.



Appearing in "The Spirit of 1776!"

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  • Time Projector

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Synopsis for "The Spirit of 1776!"

Superman, in his Fortress of Solitude, uses his Time Projector to view the first meeting of Tomahawk, Dan Hunter and George Washington.

Appearing in "Adventure in New York!"

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  • John Macready
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Synopsis for "Adventure in New York!"

This story is reprinted from Star-Spangled Comics #121.

Appearing in "The Magic Tomahawk!"

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  • Chief Three Eagles (Only appearance; dies)

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Synopsis for "The Magic Tomahawk!"

This story is reprinted from Star-Spangled Comics #126.

Appearing in "Valley Forge"

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Synopsis for "Valley Forge"

Reprinted excerpts from Fred Ray's self-published 1951 one shot, Valley Forge.

Appearing in "The First Sub"

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  • The Turtle (Bushnell's submarine)

Synopsis for "The First Sub"

This story is reprinted from Tomahawk #45.

Tomahawk and Dan Hunter are recruited by the American Revolutionaries to help fight the British. Inventor David Bushnell himself and a revolutionary Major ask Tomahawk and Dan Hunter to use the Turtle to rescue the kidnapped Choctaw, the powerful chieftain of the Chippewa nation, thereby preventing the calamity of the Chippewa allegiance with the British Redcoats. Limitations of the Turtle are mentioned in the fictitious story (including oxygen reserve, limited maneuverability).

Appearing in "Frontier Theater!"

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  • Bess
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Synopsis for "Frontier Theater!"

This story is reprinted from Star-Spangled Comics #127.

Appearing in "The Battle of the Master Woodsmen"

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  • Fleet Foot
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Synopsis for "The Battle of the Master Woodsmen"

This story is reprinted from Tomahawk #45.

Notes

  • Though Superman graces the cover, he only appears in the framing story of the issue to introduce the reprinted Tomahawk stories. The Tomahawk/Washington meeting seen in that framing story was reprinted from an unknown source.
  • "Frontier Theater!" was titled "Tomahawk's Triumph" in its original printing.

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