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It’s 1806 and the United States is pushing westward. Now, one white man raised by Indians - Yellow Hair - undertakes a treacherous adventure across the uncharted wilderness. Experience a panoramic journey across the pages of American history - in this thrilling story of a proud, courageous man pushed to the limits of endurance…and of a country on the threshold of a bloody conflict that will change it forever.
©1987, 2006 and (P)1992 L. Ron Hubbard Library. All Rights Reserved. Any unauthorized copying, translation, duplication, importation or distribution, in whole or in part, by any means, including electronic copying, storage or transmission, is a violation of applicable laws.

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“An exciting tale…against a true historical background.” (Atlanta Constitution)

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Edge of your seat exciting!

L. Ron Hubbard does it again with this amazing tale of the Fir trappers of the Northern central plains. Excitingly told without losing any accuracy of the historical facts.
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A fabulous historical fiction

When I first got the book I was expecting a standard cowboy and Indian shootem' up, but to my pleasure I was happily surprised. Here we have a seemingly believable story of the clash of cultures and the catastrophes of misunderstanding. Hubbard has done a great job of educating us in the ways of the Blackfoot while entertaining us as well. One thing to keep in mind is this was written when it wasn't cool to side with the Indian.