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The Drummer Boy of Vicksburg

G. Clifton Wisler - Heroes - 1997 - 133 pages
In this fact-based story, fourteen-year-old drummer boy Orion Howe displays great bravery during a Civil War battle at Vicksburg, Mississippi.
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Under the Black Hills

G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1999 - 295 pages
A legacy from his long-lost, disgraced father leads Tory Bratton on a dangerous quest in search of a fortune in gold and a chance to reconcile himself to the painful secrets of ...
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Kings Mountain

G. Clifton Wisler - Juvenile Fiction - 2002 - 154 pages
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Ross's Gap

G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1999 - 189 pages
Carter Ross's property is untouched during Indian raids on his neighbors because Ross's half-brother Johnny is half Comanche, but when Johnny joins up with Chief Quannah Parker ...
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Thunder on the Tennessee

G. Clifton Wisler - Texas - 1997 - 154 pages
Following his father's example, sixteen-year old Willie Delamer joins the Second Texas Regiment and leaves his beloved Texas to fight for the Confederacy.
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Jericho's Journey

G. Clifton Wisler - Juvenile Fiction - 1995 - 137 pages
As his family makes the long and difficult journey from Tennessee to their new home in Texas in 1852, twelve-year-old Jericho Wetherby, teased by his sister and brothers about ...
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Run the Blockade

G. Clifton Wisler - Juvenile Fiction - 2000 - 128 pages
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Winter of the wolf

G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1981 - 124 pages
In charge of the family's Texas homestead during the Civil War, 14-year-old T.J. saves the life of a Comanche boy during an Indian raid and they subsequently hunt a large ...
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Buffalo moon

G. Clifton Wisler - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1984 - 105 pages
To avoid being sent to school in New Orleans, a fourteen-year-old leaves his Texas ranch and stays with Comanche Indians for six months.
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Warrior's Road

G. Clifton Wisler - Fiction - 1994 - 266 pages
As he grows to manhood, Wolf Running, a young Cheyenne, witnesses the betrayal of his people by the whites and becomes determined to do whatever is necessary to ensure his ...
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