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by Douglas C. Jones

eBook This Savage Race download ISBN: 0061007706
Author: Douglas C. Jones
Publisher: HarperCollins (July 1, 1994)
Language: English
ePub: 1351 kb
Fb2: 1525 kb
Rating: 4.4
Other formats: docx azw txt lit
Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

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Elkhorn Tavern is undoubtedly Douglas Jones's finest novel. The characters are unforgettable, the atmosphere wonderfully detailed, the action and suspense skillfully maintained. Dee Brown, author of Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee. Douglas C. Jones writes what might be called historical novels, but they are much more than that Elkhorn Tavern is even better than the books that preceded it. -Associated Press.

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Douglas Clyde Jones, American Author. Decorated Commendation medal (3) Legion of Merit. Elkhorn Tavern By Jones, Douglas C ( Author ) 2010 ) Paperback. KRBP0/?tag prabook0b-20. Winding Stair Massacre.

January 1994 : USA Paperback. March 1994 : USA Audio Cassette.

Boone Fawley and his family head south into Arkansas in 1808, unprepared for swamp hazards or the habits of the Indians, fearing for their lives, propelled by the pioneer belief that the land is theirs for the taking. Reprint.
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Consummate history by a writer's writer. The author is deceased, and I fear we shall not see his like again. The real, the actual history of Arkansas, Louisiana, and Indian Territory (Oklahoma) told in an interesting page-turner style which rises up to the best possible way. Douglas C. Jones was a native born son of this fascinating area and historical time. Do not miss ANY of his books! I had never heard of the man, discovered one book, and have read my way through his astonishing collection.

I am from a Native American town...and he writes about all the Nations, from the 'Civilized Tribes', later treated so uncivilly by the Federal Government--to which some of them had remained loyal--to the Plains Tribes.

His Civil War novels are unsurpassed! He writes about the barefoot brigades...the yeoman farmers caught up in politics and bloodshed which they could not have imagined. As usual, being of the Folk culture. ...they did their duty. And then some.
Just what I wanted, and with great service.