Prescott's Law, Volume 3
For the wagon train of 150 men, women and children, Oregon was a dream of paradise, but guides Darby Prescott and Tom Shea knew that many freshly dug graves would mark the way. For the obstacles ahead were not merely searing heat or freezing cold but marauding Indians and outlaws.
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