FORTY DAYS TO SANTA FE by Leonard K. Smith
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FORTY DAYS TO SANTA FE

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A first rate tale of the days of wagon trains and buffalo hunts and Indian scouts, which should appeal to red-blooded boys and their fathers (if the latter like good Westerns). Young Johnny is an orphan, and goes from Ohio to live with the uncle, a Missouri river-boat captain. His uncle's death throws him into the hands of a trapper, who starts his training as Indian Scout.

Pub Date: Oct. 7th, 1938
Publisher: Little, Brown