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"Your home is now the home of your woman, it is meant to be, so she will go with you to the High Mountains. It is the will of her people, said Chief Red Fox.”

The pragmatic attitude of his Indian brothers seemed in some ways so superior to the greed that pushed the white man west, thought the Mountain Man. Both Indians and settlers felt entitled to the land, and both had a totally different approach to this sense of ownership. It was 1828 and still too early to tell which vision would prevail. Jeremiah Warner ...
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Wilderness Winter

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"Your home is now the home of your woman, it is meant to be, so she will go with you to the High Mountains. It is the will of her people, said Chief Red Fox.”

The pragmatic attitude of his Indian brothers seemed in some ways so superior to the greed that pushed the white man west, thought the Mountain Man. Both Indians and settlers felt entitled to the land, and both had a totally different approach to this sense of ownership. It was 1828 and still too early to tell which vision would prevail. Jeremiah Warner was one of those rare individuals who could walk both paths and find meaning wherever his journey took him.

The Author follows the journey of one of the early Mountain Men hunting the elusive beavers as a trapper of fur. His adventures in the High Lonesome provide a rich canvas of natural beauty broken often by violence. Jeremiah Warner is the Avatar in all of us.
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  • BN ID: 2940013754447
  • Publisher: Robert Johnson
  • Publication date: 1/11/2012
  • Series: The Mountain Man Series , #3
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 170
  • Sales rank: 564,363
  • File size: 285 KB

Meet the Author

Robert M Johnson is the author of ten previously self-published works. One book, entitled the Windrider is the story of Jeremiah Warner and young man visited by the tragedy of violence as a youth. His rage had turned him into a vicious and vengeful saddle tramp who finally finished what he set out to do: kill all four of the men who had taken his family from him. It is this same young man who moves on to the Rocky Mountains and becomes a fur trader, trapping beaver in the High Lonesome. His story is called: The Wolf Man Warrior.
His adventures in the beaver trade bring out the origins of this period of American history, with the foolhardy and the courageous taking to the austere and frigid Rockies. There he meets his new family, the Blackfeet led by the great Chief Red Fox. Jeremiah marries into the tribe and their battles become his. A story for the ages, an époque of heroism and brutality, The Wolf Man personifies the Manifest Destiny of the push toward the western frontier.
In this third volume of the Mountain Man Series, young Jeremiah is coming into his full stature as a frontiersman. He has taken a wife and now a second wife, due to the death of his friend Flying Raven. His journey is one of great satisfactions and joy, earned by facing down the many setbacks and challenges of life in the High Lonesome. His blessing and his curse is to never be satisfied with the day’s treasures.
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