Erskine Dale: Pioneer
Though much of John Fox Jr.'s body of work can be described as historical fiction, the esteemed author takes a slightly different approach in Erskine Dale, Pioneer. The protagonist is something of an everyman, a fictionalized amalgamation of the stalwart pioneers who populated the coastal Mid-South. In his travels, Erskine Dale encounters many of the towering historical figures of the era, including George Washington.
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