The Donner lowest Party Chronicles: A Day-by-Day Account of a Doomed Wagon online Train, 1846-47 outlet sale

The Donner lowest Party Chronicles: A Day-by-Day Account of a Doomed Wagon online Train, 1846-47 outlet sale

The Donner lowest Party Chronicles: A Day-by-Day Account of a Doomed Wagon online Train, 1846-47 outlet sale
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The Donner Party has become a tragic icon of the American march west. From Independence, Missouri, to Sutter''s Fort, California, the party endured almost unimaginable hardship and suffering. Author Frank Mullen Jr. gives us a day by day account of their struggle for survival as they journey across the trail west. The Reno Gazette-Journal and the Nevada Humanities Committee present Frank Mullen''s account of the Donner Party, accompanied by hundreds of historical illustrations and Marilyn Newton''s photographs of the trail today.

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The Donner Party has become a tragic icon of the American march west. From Independence, Missouri to Sutter''s Fort, California, the party endured almost unimaginable hardship and suffering. Author Frank Mullen Jr. gives us a day-by-day account of their struggle for survival as they journey across the trail. Profusely illustrated with Marilyn Newton''s color photography.

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