OREGON AT LAST by A Rodgers Van Der Laueff
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OREGON AT LAST

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Is the Won of Tom Fi, ""A farmer who hits the trail for the wilder- But the magic of ""westward ho"" was far more the when the family left independence, Missouri, for the Oregon Trail Indian attacks, and all the perils of such a journey claimed the lizes of the two and left John the head of household at his father's dream, the young boy gathered his little band and embarked incredible journeys in history. Outwitting wild animals, battling and the children took up the trail where the caravans at last"" Child is always a winning topic. Here is especially, intriguing because of its foundation in fact.

Pub Date: March 7th, 1962
Publisher: Morrow