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by Will (A.K.A.) Henry,Clay Fisher
Author: Will (A.K.A.) Henry,Clay Fisher
Publisher: Bantam Books; (1st,1952); 5th prtg.thus edition (March 1981)
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Santa Fe Passage Paperback – March, 1981. Book by Fisher, Clay, (.
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Henry Wilson Allen (September 12, 1912 – October 26, 1991) was an American author and screenwriter. He used several different pseudonyms for his works. His 50+ novels of the American West were published under the pen names Will Henry and Clay Fisher. Henry Wilson Allen was born in Kansas City, Missouri. Before he began his writing career he worked variously as a stablehand, shop clerk, and gold miner
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Kirby Randolph was a tough mountain man. He had promised himself that he would get the wagon train to Santa Fe because Aurélie St. Clair was in one of the wagons. She was half Indian, the most beautiful and the toughest girl he had ever seen. This is the story of men and women who kept the Santa Fe Trail open in the 1880s, from Westport, Kansas, to Santa Fe, New Mexico. 672. Published: 2019. But after the sale falls through, he runs into an old acquaintance and agrees to escort her son home to his father.
Home Second Street Books Santa Fe Passage by Clay Fisher 1952 . A disgraced Indian scout and his partner are hired to escort a wagonload of guns through Indian territory.
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com: SANTA FE PASSAGE. About fine in a V. or better dj. (Slight hint of foxing at top edge. Title: SANTA FE PASSAGE. Publisher: HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & COMPANY. Publication Date: 1952. 1"-inch tear at base of front panel of dj. Couple of 1/4"-inch tears at edges of dj. Spine on dj. lightly discolored, but perfectly readable) Filmed in 1955 with John Payne & Rod Cameron.
Santa Fe Passage CLAY FISHER April 1 1952. We strive to present a reader-friendly digital text version of each story. We haven’t gotten to this one yet but we’re on the case! novelette. Happen he wanted to get this wagon train through eight hundred miles of bloody trail, a mountain man had better be ready for twenty kinds of hell and fury. April 1 1952 CLAY FISHER.
Written by Clay Fisher, narrated by John Lescault. He had promised himself he would get the wagon train to Santa Fe because Aurelie St.
By (author) Clay Fisher.