|1||Lawrence, Fred||Jed Smith: Freedom River||Jun-1981||0|
|2||Raymond, James||Lewis and Clark: Northwest Glory||1981||0|
|3||Parker, Laura||Jim Bridger: Mountain Man||Oct-1981||5|
|4||Barrett, Neal, Jr.||Daniel Boone: Westward Trail||Sep-1982||0|
|5||Beahan, Michael||John Fremont: California Bound||Nov-1982||0|
|6||Parker, Laura||Kit Carson: Trapper King||Apr-1982||0|
|7||Woodley, Richard||Zebulon Pike: Pioneer Destiny||Jul-1982||0|
|8||Hunt, Greg||Marcus Whitman: Frontier Mission||Sep-1982||0|
|9||King, Randall||Francis Parkman: Dakota Legend||Nov-1982||0|
|10||Blairson, Peter T.||Escalante: Wilderness Path||Jan-1983||0|
|11||Bishop, Lee||Davy Crockett: Frontier Fighter||Feb-1983||0|
|12||Forve, Guy||Alexander Mackenzie: Lone Courage||May-1983||0|
|13||Hunt, Greg||John Bozeman: Mountain Journey||Jul-1983||0|
|14||Lawrence, Fred||Joseph Walker: Frontier Sheriff||Sep-1983||0|
The land of the upper Missouri was a wilderness… A land where men fought to the death for a stack of beaver pelts. Where river men and mountain men hacked their way to unbelievable wealth. Where Indians lurked, ever ready to attack at the first ...
Captains Lewis and Clark explored a wilderness where life was sacred and death commonplace. Their band of daring young American soldiers pitted themselves against fearless Indian warriors and callous fortune-seekers in search of furs in the uncharted...
The wilderness. It was a brutal force, a powerful magnet drawing Boone away from the woman he loved and the children he fathered … into the savage unknown. Rebecca Boone watched him go and waited for his return … her heart aching and filled wi...
During the mid-nineteenth century, explorer and scout John Fremont and a courageous band of pioneers face danger and hardships as they traverse snow, ice, and rugged wilderness blazing a trail through the Rocky Mountains to California...
A backwoods doctor and fearless adventurer, Marcus Whitman was respected and admired by all who traveled the Oregon Trail. By cart and wagon, on horse and on foot, the settlers came in increasing numbers…welcomed to the rich, verdant valley where W...
Francis Parkman (September 16, 1823 - November 8, 1893) was an American historian, best known as author of The Oregon Trail: Sketches of Prairie and Rocky-Mountain Life and his monumental seven-volume France and England in North America. These works ...
Howling Arctic winds beckoned him westward to the vast Northwest Territory -- a frozen wasteland that held no mercy for any man. But for the young Scotsman, Alexander Mackenzie, the Arctic held a promise of fame and glory -- the dream of an overland ...