Northwest passage, Volume 1

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Doubleday, Doran & company, inc., 1937 - Fiction - 709 pages
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Color illustration on front cover of two men standing next to each other: one wearing fringed buckskin clothing, holding a long rifle; the other is Native American, also wearing buckskin clothing and holding the barrel end of his long rifle in his proper right hand while the butt end rests on the ground.

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During the French and Indian War, a New Englander desires to paint Indians and is met with derision. He stumbles upon Major Robert Rogers (of Rogers' Rangers) and inadvertently gives him the idea to ... Read full review

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Read in 2008 Recommended great read as part of the early series of books that were written by KR in the 1940's. He was considered to be a very accurate historian and his books bring all that the revolutionaries suffered to make our country free. Read full review

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