Land of PromisesLarge Print - 2006
It was Indian land - raw, hostile and untamed. But to the hundreds of settlers who waited by the river camp to stake their claims, it was a land that held great promise. The settlers in the river camp were waiting for word from the Federal Troops. They were ready to rush into the Ute reservation and grab the best land - and they were prepared to kill to keep it. Mark Manning stood apart from the rest. He understood that, by government decree, each and every settler was committing an injustice and stealing the Indians' rightful home - not a popular sentiment among the settlers.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2006
Edition: Large print ed
Branch Call Number: Western
Characteristics: 239 p. (large print) ; 23 cm