The Snake River



  • 19th Century
  • American West


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Those who followed the treacherous, sidewinding course of the Snake were carried to some of the most beautiful country on earth: the untouched Pacific Northwest. Flare O'Flaherty--son of Ireland, mountain trapper, and gambler--agrees to lead a group of missionaries downriver to the remote headquarters of the mighty Hudson's Bay Company. Along the way he faces the greatest challenges of a wandering man's lifetime in the form of Margaret Jewel, a beautiful, strong-willed teacher of Indian children, and a young Shoshone, Sima, seeking the white father he never knew. Together they would find their destiny along the mighty river that bore the shape of a serpent and held the promise of home.
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