Across the Plains in the Donner Party
The Donner story, in which eighty-three pioneers were snowbound in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California in 1846, is a prime example of the hardship faced on the road west.
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No Living Thing Without Wings
May God Send Help Soon
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Women of the Western Frontier in Fact, Fiction, and Film
Ronald W. Lackmann
Limited preview - 1997