UP THE RIVER TO DANGER by Elizabeth Palmer

UP THE RIVER TO DANGER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Frontier days in Minnesota during the period when the Civil War was making itself felt even thus far west, but when Indian troubles were of nearer importance. Al's father was in the army; Al was desperately unhappy with his uncle in Stillwater and ran away to another uncle up the Minnesota River. There he found a welcome -- a chance to learn the wheelwright business -- and Indians. A good tale.

Publisher: Scribner