The Yellowstone: River's West, Book 1

The Yellowstone: River's West, Book 1

by Winfred Blevins, Win Blevins
     
 

The native American Indians, the first pioneers, the family settlers—all who braved the emerging American West drew their very lived and fortunes from the great rivers. From the earliest days of the untamed frontier to the dawn of the twentieth century, here, in all their violence and beauty, are the Rivers West. Bold men and women risk their lives in the vast… See more details below

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The native American Indians, the first pioneers, the family settlers—all who braved the emerging American West drew their very lived and fortunes from the great rivers. From the earliest days of the untamed frontier to the dawn of the twentieth century, here, in all their violence and beauty, are the Rivers West. Bold men and women risk their lives in the vast wilderness of the Great Northwest to carve a life for themselves in the high, rolling land—to hint, to trade, to fight, to love. One such man is Robert Burns "The Dancer" Maclean, who finds his destiny in the mountains above the Yellowstone, the swift river that rumbles through two majestic waterfalls and turns out onto the vast plains of Montana. Mac's incredible courage and deep compassion will make him a legend of the land. Generations to come will honor his memory and build upon the great legacy he created on the fertile banks of the Yellowstone.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780553274011
Publisher:
Random House Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/01/1988
Series:
Rivers West Series
Pages:
304

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