Renegade River: Western Stories
From moving tales of the hardships faced by ranchers, to wagon trains overcome by Indians on the Oregon Trial, to steamboat builders and pilots on the Columbia River, this eloquent collection of historical narrative is steeped in the frontier life of the Pacific Northwest by a master chronicler of the region, Giff Cheshire, and is available for the first time in book form from Five Star.
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