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Cheyenne Summer

Author : Vella Munn
ISBN : 9781946069092
Genre : Fiction
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If you like the passionate historical western romances of Rosanne Bittner, you’ll love the Soul Searchers series by Vella Munn! “Vella Munn is a major talent in historical fiction. Her stories never fail to lift the spirit and warm the heart.” —Bestselling author Susan Wiggs As an endless drought scorches the land, the Cheyenne are in a desperate hunt for survival, but as they struggle to save themselves and ensure their future, it is the battle between two proud braves that might spell their demise. Grey Bear is a courageous warrior who knows only battle and bloodshed, but he’s driven more by a need to fight and kill their enemy, the Pawnee, than to hunt food for his people. Promised in marriage to Seeks Fire, his bitter focus is slowly driving her away with fear for her own safety. Wise and thoughtful Lone Wolf understands that the Pawnee must be suffering as much as the Cheyenne, but his efforts to temper Grey Bear’s rage and find a peaceful solution to the violence go unheeded. The quiet maiden Touches the Wind looks on admiringly as she dreams of winning his heart, even while fighting for their village. When an unspeakable act threatens to tear the tribe apart, one warrior will face death, the other exile, and the women’s hope for love will turn to ash. And when things look their bleakest and the tribe’s survival seems all but lost, it will take a daring chance on love to save them all. “Vella Munn is the absolute master [at creating] superior historical romances set among Native Americans . . .” —Oregon Statesman Journal

Mail Order Brides Of The West

Author : Caroline Fyffe
ISBN : 0989702537
Genre : Historical fiction
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MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST: HEATHER - Book Four in the McCutcheon Family Series (Western Historical Romance) Mail-order-bride-to-be Heather Stanford dreads the day the matron of the St. Louis bridal agency finds her a husband and sends her west. Heather actually has no desire to marry; she just wants to free her struggling family from the financial burden of another mouth to feed. Still, she holds true to her plan when the fateful day arrives and Mrs. Seymour sings the praises of her prospective groom. She girds herself to leave behind all she holds dear, and wonders if anyone can live up to the matron's glowing description. After a mill accident leaves Hayden Klinkner's father injured, he's faced with the challenge of a huge order to fill-short-handed-on a tight timeline. Further complicating matters, the handsome, dyed-in-the-wool bachelor discovers his meddling mother has a surprise to share with him-a wife! With the pressure he's under, a wife--even one as lovely and suitable as Heather Stanford--is the last thing he needs. Y Knot, Montana is set abuzz when the "Mail-Order Bride Done Wrong" goes back on the market and every eligible man for miles around is interested. Hayden's eyes are now opened, but can he convince Heather he's a changed man? Can he win back her heart before she says "I do" with someone else? The McCutcheon Family Series in Order: Book One - MONTANA DAWN Book Two - TEXAS TWILIGHT Book Three - MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST: EVIE Book Four - MAIL-ORDER BRIDES OF THE WEST: HEATHER Watch for more exciting Mail-Order Brides of the West books to come....

Second Chance Brides

Author : Vickie McDonough
ISBN : 1410439739
Genre : Fiction
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After a mail-order bride debacle, Shannon O'Neil and Leah Bennett are stranded in Texas with two options: get a job or find another man to marry. Garrett and Mark Corbett try to atone for the mess they created when they ordered their cousin three brides by hosting Saturday socials for the town's singles. Will Shannon be wooed out of her timidity by a gallant rancher? When the livery owner comes to Leah's rescue, will she find a diamond in the rough?

The Story Of My Life

Author : Dame Ellen Terry
ISBN : HARVARD:RSLHB7
Genre : Actors
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New Deal Cowboy

Author : Michael Duchemin
ISBN : 9780806156712
Genre : History
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Best known to Americans as the “singing cowboy,” beloved entertainer Gene Autry (1907–1998) appeared in countless films, radio broadcasts, television shows, and other venues. While Autry’s name and a few of his hit songs are still widely known today, his commitment to political causes and public diplomacy deserves greater appreciation. In this innovative examination of Autry’s influence on public opinion, Michael Duchemin explores the various platforms this cowboy crooner used to support important causes, notably Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal and foreign policy initiatives leading up to World War II. As a prolific performer of western folk songs and country-western music, Autry gained popularity in the 1930s by developing a persona that appealed to rural, small-town, and newly urban fans. It was during this same time, Duchemin explains, that Autry threw his support behind the thirty-second president of the United States. Drawing on a wealth of primary sources, Duchemin demonstrates how Autry popularized Roosevelt’s New Deal policies and made them more attractive to the American public. In turn, the president used the emerging motion picture industry as an instrument of public diplomacy to enhance his policy agendas, which Autry’s films, backed by Republic Pictures, unabashedly endorsed. As the United States inched toward entry into World War II, the president’s focus shifted toward foreign policy. Autry responded by promoting Americanism, war preparedness, and friendly relations with Latin America. As a result, Duchemin argues, “Sergeant Gene Autry” played a unique role in making FDR’s internationalist policies more palatable for American citizens reluctant to engage in another foreign war. New Deal Cowboy enhances our understanding of Gene Autry as a western folk hero who, during critical times of economic recovery and international crisis, readily assumed the role of public diplomat, skillfully using his talents to persuade a marginalized populace to embrace a nationalist agenda. By drawing connections between western popular culture and American political history, the book also offers valuable insight concerning the development of leisure and western tourism, the information industry, public diplomacy, and foreign policy in twentieth-century America.

Julia Ward Howe 1819 1910

Author : Laura Elizabeth Howe Richards
ISBN : UVA:X004352704
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The Trail Of 98

Author : Robert William Service
ISBN : HARVARD:HNJUQ3
Genre : West (U.S.)
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Mcloughlin And Old Oregon

Author : Eve Emery Dye
ISBN : 1498058345
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Copper Canyon Conspiracy

Author : Carolyn Keene
ISBN : 0671885146
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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When Tasio Humada receives death threats while running the Cactus Marathon with some of their friends, Nancy and the Hardys investigate his people's dispute with lumber mills in Mexico and expose a maze of greed, bribery, and corruption. Original.

Past Present Of Buena Vista

Author : C. H. Wegerslev
ISBN : 1372326855
Genre : Education
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