The story of America's westward movement is at heart the story of men and women of all origins and beliefs who helped shape the character of a nation. They lived a stirring epic, the telling of which grows ever more fascinating it becomes ever more remote. It has become a romance, a drama of men and women against the forces of a stupendous land and nameless terrors. Pain and violence tormented whites and Indians alike. Here, from award-winning historian David Lavender, is their enduring story.
|Publisher:||New Word City, Inc.|
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About the Author
Historian David Lavender wrote more than forty books about the American West – including Snowbound, Westward Vision, and One Man's West - and was twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.