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Books Books 21 - 30 of about 48 related to Follow the River.    

Killing Cynthia Ann: A Novel

Charles Brashear - Fiction - 1999 - 209 pages
Abducted by Indians as a child, Cynthia Ann Parker refuses to return to the white world, becoming the wife of a Comanche chief with whom she has three children. Captured by ...
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Tidewater Dynasty: The Lees of Stratford Hall

Carey Roberts, Rebecca Seely - Fiction - 1983 - 456 pages
Three generations of the Lee family--from Thomas Lee, the founding father, to Robert E. Lee, destined to become the greatest member of the family--make their mark on American ...
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Judith St. George - Juvenile Fiction - 1997 - 115 pages
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Comes the Rain

Beverly Bird - Fiction - 1990 - 504 pages
Gray Eyes, a courageous Navajo medicine woman, and warrior chief Hawk battle to protect their love and heritage from the encroaching ways of the settlers in the Arizona Territory
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Punta Rassa, Volume 1

Ann O. Rust - Fiction - 1988 - 275 pages
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Touch Not the Cat

Tracy Fobes - Fiction - 2012
An ancient curse that only love can conquer...Catherine MacClelland, as strong-minded as she is beautiful, is hiding a terrible secret. Predestined to carry on an ancient curse ...
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The Year of the Three-legged Deer

Eth Clifford - Literary Criticism - 2003 - 164 pages
Describes a year in the life of a white man and his Indian family on the Indiana frontier.
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Trans-Allegheny Pioneers

John P. Hale - History - 2009 - 330 pages
The town of Schenectady and its surrounding district played an important role in the Revolutionary War, thanks to its strategic location along the Mohawk River. The early ...
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Tiger by the Tail

Casey Claybourne - Fiction - 1999 - 312 pages
A prisoner after his temper gets him confined to jail, William Taggart accepts the proposal of a temporary marriage to lovely Melisande Mooresby to escape confinement, but ...
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