Written by Zane Grey. Narrated by Michael Prichard .
Written by Zane Grey.
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Second in the Ohio River trilogy, Zane Grey brings us back to the Ohio frontier in the year 1782. The westward expansion of settlers into the great forests of the Ohio region is not for the faint of heart. Taking a small slice out of the greater battleground of the American Revolution, Grey makes the climax of his story the massacre of the Moravian Mission (Gnadenhutten, Ohio), though his version is highly fictionalized. This clash of civilizations with missionaries, hunters, Native Americans Second in the Ohio River trilogy, Zane Grey brings us back to the Ohio frontier in the year 1782.
Narrated by Michael Prichard. As the Revolutionary War draws to an end, the violence on the frontier only accelerates. The infamous Girty brothers incite. The Man of the Forest. Riders of the Purple Sage. The Seventh Man. Max Brand.
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Zane Grey was a prolific and popular author of novels about the wild west of the United States, best known . This book rewrites history about a massacre of American Indians in Ohio.
Zane Grey was a prolific and popular author of novels about the wild west of the United States, best known for his 1912 novel Riders of the Purple Sage. For nearly three decades in the early part of the 20th century Grey published a novel almost every year. Many of them became bestsellers, including Heritage of the Desert (1910), Mysterious Rider (1921) and Code of the West (1934). The book says that it was committed by other Indians with the guidance of white "renegades".
The novel is based on events occurring in the Ohio River Valley in the late eighteenth century. It features the exploits of Lewis Wetzel, a historical personage who had dedicated his life to the destruction of Native Americans and to the protection of nascent white settlements in that region.
Written by Zane Grey, Audiobook narrated by Michael Prichard. I have thoroughly enjoyed all of the Ohio River Trilogy books! Prichard does a very good job at the narration.
The price ofgold soared and the commodities of life were almost beyond the dreamsof avarice.