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by Kay L. McDonald

eBook The Brightwood Expedition epub
  • ISBN: 0786217820
  • Author: Kay L. McDonald
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Contemporary
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Thorndike Pr (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 646 pages
  • ePUB size: 1279 kb
  • FB2 size 1177 kb
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Kay L. McDonald was born and raised in Salem, Oregon. She graduated from North Salem High School and Famous Writers School.

Kay L. She worked for Pacific NW Bell and Paradise Island Mobile Home Park. She married husband Norman L. McDonald in 1955 and has two children. She is a member of Western Writers of America, Women Writing The West and Authors Guild. Books by Kay L. McDonald

Originally published New York : Liveright, c1976. Sequels: Vision of the eagle and The vision is fulfilled

Originally published New York : Liveright, c1976. Sequels: Vision of the eagle and The vision is fulfilled.

Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 0 x . 1 x . 8 Inches.

Marlette Brightwood came from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Territory in 1842. Her guide was Ross Chesnut. From first to last, this novel makes enthralling reading, rich with historical detail.

A massacre by unfriendly Indians leaves only two survivors: Ross Chesnut, the taciturn guide, and Marlette Brightwood, a young woman who blushes easily.

342 pp. New York: Liveright. A massacre by unfriendly Indians leaves only two survivors: Ross Chesnut, the taciturn guide, and Marlette Brightwood, a young woman who blushes easily. In the course of a winter spent in a mountain cabin, Ross and Marlette are drawn closer together, spring draws them still closer. Marlette learns of Ross's early life with an Indian tribe.

1976) A novel by Kay L McDonald. Marlette Brightwood came from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Territory in 1842. Some said he was a white renegade, or had Indian blood, but no one doubted his abilities in battle or conquests on the field of love.

Marlette Brightwood had come inexperienced and unafraid from a sheltered life in Philadelphia to the unmapped, untamed Oregon Territory in 1842. Her guide was Ross Chesnut, a legend on the frontier. Some said he was a white renegade, others that he had Indian blood.

The Golden Key is a fairy tale written by George MacDonald. It was published in Dealings with the Fairies (1867). One day, he sees an immense rainbow and sets out to find its end in an enchanted forest

After eight months at sea, out from Philadelphia, Marlette Brightwood and her father arrive at the Columbia River and, guided by strong and mysterious Ross Chesnut, begin their land-seeking trek into the Indian-controlled Oregon wilderness of the mid-1800's
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