John Freemont: California Bound
Banbury Books, Inc., Nov 1, 1982 - Biography & Autobiography - 325 pages
During the mid-nineteenth century, explorer and scout John Fremont and a courageous band of pioneers face danger and hardships as they traverse snow, ice, and rugged wilderness blazing a trail through the Rocky Mountains to California
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