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To the river's end

Johnstone, William W. (author.). hoopla digital (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9781496734525
  • ISBN: 1496734521
  • Physical Description: electronic
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  • Publisher: [United States] : Kensington Books, 2021.
  • Distributor: Made available through hoopla

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Summary, etc.: THE GREATEST WESTERN WRITERS OF THE 21ST-CENTURY Uncharted. Untamed. Unforgiving. This is the epic story of the American frontier-and the trailblazing fur trappers who lived it, conquered it, and often died for it. Bestselling authors William W. and J.A. Johnstone take readers on an unforgettable journey into the wild, where nature is cruel, fear is the enemy-and only the strong survive... TO THE RIVER'S END Luke Ransom was just eighteen years old when he answered an ad in a St. Louis newspaper that would change his life forever. The American Fur Company needed one-hundred enterprising men to travel up the Missouri River-the longest in North America-all the way to its source. They would hunt and trap furs for one, two, or three years. Along the way, they would face unimaginable hardships: grueling weather, wild animals, hunger, exhaustion, and hostile attacks by the Blackfeet and Arikara. Luke Ransom was one of the brave men chosen for the job-and one of the few to survive... Five years later, Luke is a seasoned trapper and hunter, a master of his trade. The year is 1833, and the American Fur Company is sending him to the now-famous Rendezvous at Green River. For Luke, it may be his last job for the company. After facing death countless times, he is ready to strike out on his own. But when, he encounters a fellow trapper under attack by Indians, his life takes an unexpected turn. A new friendship is, forged in blood. And, a dangerous new journey begins... Live Free. Read Hard.
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Subject: American Fur Company Fiction
Trappers Fiction
Fur trade Fiction
Beaver trapping Fiction
Trapping Fiction
Survival Fiction
White people Relations with Indians Fiction
Frontier and pioneer life Fiction
Electronic books
Missouri River Fiction
West (U.S.) History To 1848 Fiction
Northwest, Pacific Fiction

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