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Footprints Left After The Wagon Train: An Oregon Trail Christian Story, is a novella about the 1847 journey to the west as told from the POV of a teenaged boy. It's a story about hope, love of God, charity towards others and redemption. The boy learns that only through sacrifice can we understand what God means us to do while we are on earth, and he begins to understand as his own family prevails through the many hardships that an arduous, six month journey gives each of the many families on the wagon train.

There is death, joy, anger, hope and tragedy along the trail as all of the families leave their own footprints in the dusty soil, long after the train has passed on and they have settled into their new lives thousands of miles from their starting point.

©2013 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press (P)2013 Quietly Blessed and Loved Press

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