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Westward to danger
|Statement||(by) Elspeth Couper.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||174|
THE TRAIL TO DANGER Life in the majestic Rockies is hard. Only the hardiest and bravest of pioneers can survive the never-ending dangers of the frontier. Still, young Zach King can't wait to return there with his bride-to-be. For the frontier is. WestWard Books is the publisher of both fiction and nonfiction written and created by author Marsha Ward. Marsha began writing more than thirty years ago, .
Westward Expansion and the American Dream Those dangers included fierce animals, hostile Indians, storms, rivers, diseases, and robbers. Pioneers also lost many livestock to coyotes and other predators and because of this, they had to stay up all night to guard them. Westward Expansion The westward expansion happened in the `s. It. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Wild Wind Westward by Vanessa Royall at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Wild Wind Westward is the searing saga of a love whose flames will not be extinguished. danger and torn loyalties. Their first-born son, Wolf’s Blood, takes part in the Sun Dance, a tortuous ritual that initiates him into.
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It is when Joshua McCullough and his family leave their home in St. /5(32). In Book One of his diary, Joshua McCullough and his family pack up their belongings and head west, along the Oregon Trail, in search of a better life. Though there is danger ahead, Joshua's courageous spirit carries him through his in series: 4.
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This is known as Westward Expansion. Of course, American Indians were already occupying those western lands, setting up conflict situations.
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The repeated exposure to danger also illustrates another important undercurrent in the book: “There’s a juxtaposition of the family wanting to be independent but also realizing the necessity of community,” Birzer said. The era of Westward Expansion was a turning point in U.S.
history. When President Thomas Jefferson bought the Louisiana Territory from the French init nearly doubled the size of the nation. The president sent Lewis and Clark to learn more about this land. As the U.S. descends into the Civil War, photographer Brenton Baldwin travels west with his sister Jordana, taking pictures of the developing lands and in search of their sister.
Along for the trip is young Caitlan O'Connor, who has just arrived from Ireland. Will they make it to California to /5(25). Try the new Google Books eBook - FREE.
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