Nan of Music Mountain

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Wildside Press, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction - 450 pages
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Nan is a member of an outlaw family -- the Morgans of Morgan's Gap -- a band whose daring exploits of lawlessness have held all the valley in subjection and terror for years. Henry de Spain, the general manager of Thief River Stage Line, has been hired to subdue the Morgans and restore peace and order. The intensely exciting events that follow -- de Spain's strategy, his night pursuits and captures, his hand-to-hand combats, and the whole thrilling story of his war on the outlaws (always interwoven with his growing love for Nan) make a epic tale that may well be called the masterpiece of Frank H. Spearman's career.

Frank Hamilton Spearman (1859-1937) was an American author, best known for his Western fiction and his fiction and nonfiction writing about railroads. His best known work remains the novel "Whispering Smith."

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William Frederick "Buffalo Bill" Cody (February 26, 1846 - January 10, 1917) was an American soldier, bison hunter and showman. He was born in the Iowa Territory (now the U.S. state of Iowa), in Le Claire but lived several years in Canada before his family moved to the Kansas Territory. Buffalo Bill received the Medal of Honor in 1872 for service to the US Army as a scout. One of the most colorful figures of the American Old West, Buffalo Bill became famous for the shows he organized with cowboy themes, which he toured in Great Britain and Europe as well as the United States.

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