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Give Your Heart to the Hawks: A Tribute to the Mountain Men
     

Give Your Heart to the Hawks: A Tribute to the Mountain Men

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by Winfred Blevins
 

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ISBN-13:
9780840213020
Publisher:
Nash Publishing Corporation
Publication date:
01/28/1973
Pages:
349

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Give Your Heart to the Hawks: A Tribute to the Mountain Men 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
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knifemakerj More than 1 year ago
A superb fictionalized account of real life characters in history. I highly recommend all of Win Blevin's books. He has a great writing style that is heavily character based. You learn about the Fur Trade Era through compelling story and narrative. This current format of this title is really a nice size and look.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is an amazingly vivid and dramatic recreation of the adventures of the first white Americans to go West, the mountain men. Blevins retells the old stories wonderfully for a contemporary audience. His research is broad and deep, his understanding of the time and place impeccable. History brought to vital life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Exciting and spellbinding account of early Rocky Mountain exploration. Very factual account of the early indians and their way of life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Mr. Blevins does a ¿fair¿ job of portraying the 'mountain man' era. However, it becomes apparent from the bibliographies his 'research' rarely went beyond similar books published before the 1940's. In doing so he inadvertently missed much of what was abundantly written in the 1800¿s by the actual explorers themselves. ¿Lakeside Classics' has an excellent series of mountain men era 'reprints' of rare narratives written by those 'who were there.' As well intentioned as Mr. Blevins' book is, he missed a lot of 'flavor' by not delving further into the history of the mountain men.