Green Centuries

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J. S. Sanders & Company, Jan 1, 1992 - Fiction - 469 pages
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Follows Orion Outlaw and his family in their journey to a new life on the Tennessee frontier, where his brother Archy learns to live with the Cherokee, and the rest of the settlers are brutalized by their conflicts with the wilderness and the Indians

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This is a very good book-- straighforward writing style, interesting tale that could be biographical (I don't think it is in any way though). Some of the incidents in the book are very vivid and ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Caroline Gordon (1895-1981), a native of Kentucky, began her literary career in the 1920's after her marriage to poet Allen Tate. In 1929 her first story appeared. In 1931 her first novel, Penhally, was published. This was followed by three volumes of short fiction and eight more novels.

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