Passage to Natchez

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Random House Publishing Group, 1996 - Fiction - 517 pages
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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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Cameron Judd is the author of more than 30 published historical and Western novels, and is an award-winning newspaperman. Two of his novels, "Crockett of Tennessee" and "The Canebrake Men", were national finalists in the annual Spur Awards competition of Western Writers of America. He lives near Greeneville, Tennessee, with his wife.

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