The Overland Trail

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Tor Books (Mm), Jul 2, 1997 - Frontier and pioneer life - 317 pages
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Journeying on the Overland Trail in 1846, America Hollis loses her husband and all her earthly goods in a storm. Pregnant and alone, a family takes her into their wagon train. But when she gives birth, they steal her newborn daughter for their own and leave her for dead. A young Paiute woman, Dancing Feather, rescues her, and together with her half brother they set out to recover America's daughter--and to forge a bridge between two worlds.

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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Despite occasional compelling scenes based on events drawn from actual diaries of women emigrants, Lee's (Cannon's Revenge, 1995) latest ought to be subtitled ``The Perils of a Politically Correct ... Read full review

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America Hollis, unmarried, pregnant with a baby of a man who has died at sea must find a husband. She hastily marries a lawyer and they set off for the west on the Oregon Trail. On the trail their ... Read full review

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