LIFE IN THE FAR WEST: A True Account of Travels Across America's Wilderness
First published in 1849. Describes the true adventures of George Frederick Ruxton as he forges a path through the untamed wilderness of young America, witnessing firsthand the relationship between the U.S. Army and the Comanche Indians and the incredible lifestyles of the Colorado mountain men.
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