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Very Good. 8 1/2" X 11" 120 pages. Indexed. Exterior is clean and shows no weathering or noticeable abrasions. Binding is intact and sturdy. Interior is flawless. Includes photographs, bibliographic references, and photo credits. What was life like in the West before the arrival of settlers from Europe? How did it feel to be the first white woman to cross the Continental Divide, or one of the many men from China who traveled to America to help build a continent-spanning railroad? What was it like to live in a house made of sod on a vast, treeless prairie? To travel more than a thousand miles from home in the hopes of finding gold? To be forced to decide between staying true to your ancient tribal traditions or breaking with the past and adopting the ways of the white people? In this engaging volume, you'll meet fifteen different people of the West, ordinary men and women who were faced with extraordinary circumstances as they struggled to make this land their home.
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