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The awakening of the desert Julius Charles Birge(Author)

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The awakening of the desert

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Original name book: The awakening of the desert

Pages: 494

Language: English

Publisher: Nabu Press (September 8, 2010)

By: Julius Charles Birge(Author)

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Printable? Yes

Category - History

Bestsellers rank - 7 Rating Star

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Customer Reviews
  • By thevon on July 4, 2015

    A good read for one perspective about life on the trail of westward expansion.

  • By Charles E. Elberson on April 23, 2014

    If you're a history fan this is a terrifically unique listening experience bringing you, first-hand, into the world of wagon trains, cowboys, native Americans and the emergent Mormon church. You get a real sense of wild west towns as they really were by someone who uses a wonderful richness of language that feels somehow modern and yet very authentic.Published by the author's actual great-granddaughter.

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