Passage to Natchez
Judd evokes both the brutal realism and adventurous spirit of the early American frontier in Passage to Natchez.It was a time of violent change tha t would shape the destiny of a young nation--and its proud people. Across the wilderness they blazed a trail of blood and glory culminating in the great earthquake of 1811, which both shattered fortunes and opened the way for unlimited opportunity for those who survived.
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