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The Adventures Of Hatchet Jack

Author: Terry Grosz
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ISBN: 9780984592708
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In the 1830s, Jack Kelly is an Irish lad sold into indentured servitude. Jack's master turns out to be a mean-tempered drunk in frontier St. Louis and treats him harshly. There, Jack learns how to hunt, shoot a bow and arrow, trap, and throw a Tomahawk superbly-gaining his nickname "Hatchet Jack." One day, Jack's master beats him to within an inch of his life. Jack vows to escape to the untamed West to become a Mountain Man fur trapper. Thus begins an adventure involving turncoat fellow trappers, deadly betrayal, death on the frontier, battles with hostile Blackfoot Indians, loss, love, fortune, and an ultimate surprise. The Adventures of Hatchet Jack is an epic story of the life and times of a Mountain Man when the West was young, dangerous and yet beautiful beyond compare ... told only as Terry Grosz can tell it.

Crossed Arrows

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher: Flying Pen Press Fiction
ISBN: 9780981895772
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In 1829, Jacob and Martin leave Kentucky to become Mountain Men, trappers in the Rocky Mountains. The two young men find that life is hardscrabble in the high frontier as they face grizzly bears and hostile Indians and brave mountain storms to trade their furs each year at rendezvous.

No Safe Refuge

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781555662981
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In No Safe Refuge, Terry Grosz continues the chronicle of his remarkable career defending America's wild creatures from those hunters, poachers, and commercial market hunters who just didn't know when to stop. Since his first days as a game warden in 1966, Terry Grosz has been fighting against the business of extinction.

Defending Our Wildlife Heritage

Author: Terry Grosz
Publisher: Big Earth Publishing
ISBN: 9781555663162
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The author tells of his experiences as a special agent for the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife, including tales of poachers' extraordinary greed and willful disregard of wildlife conservation laws.

Curse Of The Spanish Gold

Author: Terry Grosz
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ISBN: 9781629184999
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By 1852 the wilderness is shrinking and gold fever is taking a toll. Beaver pelts have played out, buffalo are vanishing, and Jacob and Martin must seek their fortune westward.

Chariot On The Mountain

Author: Jack Ford
Publisher: Kensington
ISBN: 1496713117
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Based on little-known true events, this astonishing account from Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist Jack Ford vividly recreates a treacherous journey toward freedom, a time when the traditions of the Old South still thrived—and is a testament to determination, friendship, and courage . . . Two decades before the Civil War, a middle-class farmer named Samuel Maddox lies on his deathbed. Elsewhere in his Virginia home, a young woman named Kitty knows her life is about to change. She is one of the Maddox family’s slaves—and Samuel’s biological daughter. When Samuel’s wife, Mary, inherits her husband’s property, she will own Kitty, too, along with Kitty’s three small children. Already in her fifties and with no children of her own, Mary Maddox has struggled to accept her husband’s daughter, a strong-willed, confident, educated woman who works in the house and has been treated more like family than slave. After Samuel’s death, Mary decides to grant Kitty and her children their freedom, and travels with them to Pennsylvania, where she will file papers declaring Kitty’s emancipation. Helped on their perilous flight by Quaker families along the Underground Railroad, they finally reach the free state. But Kitty is not yet safe. Dragged back to Virginia by a gang of slave catchers led by Samuel’s own nephew, who is determined to sell her and her children, Kitty takes a defiant step: charging the younger Maddox with kidnapping and assault. On the surface, the move is brave yet hopeless. But Kitty has allies—her former mistress, Mary, and Fanny Withers, a rich and influential socialite who is persuaded to adopt Kitty’s cause and uses her resources and charm to secure a lawyer. The sensational trial that follows will decide the fate of Kitty and her children—and bond three extraordinary yet very different women together in their quest for justice.

Jonah Blue

Author: Jim Christina
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781546900702
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Jonah Blue tells the story of a young boy's dream of becoming a Rocky Mountain Free Trapper in 1830. Running from his family's farm at 10 years old, Jonah is befriended by an older Mountain Man named Rensfeld Doggett. This is the story of Jonah's transition from young boy to young man and eventually a man in the wilds of the Montana Territory in 1853.