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|LaGrange Co PL - Bookmobile||YA MIL (Text)||30477101115057||Young Adult: Fiction||Reshelving||-|
- Physical Description: 287 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
- Edition: Fifth edition.
- Publisher: Gordonville, PA : Pequea Publishers, .
- Copyright: ©2013
|General Note:|| First published in The National Stockman and Farmer in serials.
|Summary, etc.:|| "Two young men, farmers by trade, decide to supplement their income by taking a trapping trip into the wilds. They go into the Ozarks country where white man has seldom been. The timing of the trip coincides with the time that congress again declared war on Great Britain, which developed into the war of 1812. Indians that were considered friendly are now hostile. And if they manage to elude the hostile Indians, they must still be always on the lookout for the ferociously wild beasts of this time. Will they manage somehow? Will they see their families and loved ones again? Will they be able to safely bring their canoe-loads of salt, furs, hides, and more, the hundreds of miles through unsettled territory to the place called home?" -- back cover.
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