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CABIN IN THE BEND
     

CABIN IN THE BEND

by Nan L. Seefluth
 

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This historical novel is set in New Madrid, Missouri, at the time of the great earthquake of 1811. Seventeen-year-old Julia and her family are traveling by flatboat on the Mississippi River from Louisville, KY, to Arkansas. The earthquake hit while they were docked at New Madrid. Julia and her brother survived. She was washed to the other side of the river to what is

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This historical novel is set in New Madrid, Missouri, at the time of the great earthquake of 1811. Seventeen-year-old Julia and her family are traveling by flatboat on the Mississippi River from Louisville, KY, to Arkansas. The earthquake hit while they were docked at New Madrid. Julia and her brother survived. She was washed to the other side of the river to what is known as Madrid Bend, or Kentucky Bend. Rescued by an Indian and taken to the only white man living in the Bend, where her story of fear, heartache, confusion, and love, begins.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940016600987
Publisher:
Xulon Press
Publication date:
03/28/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
280
File size:
2 MB

Meet the Author

Nan Seefluth lives with her husband in a beautiful senior lifestyle community in southern Ohio. She is the author of A Touch of Bittersweet, as well as numerous devotionals and short stories.

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