Wild ran the rivers : one family's Western odyssey
The spring of 1806 found Hiram Harris and his Cherokee wife, Sarah, and their family leaving the east Tennesee hills to settle a new home in New Madrid, a town on the Mississippi River. Soon they would be dead and their children sold into slavery. It seemed the very earth had turned against them all with floods and earthquakes, but the Harris children miraculously survive, escape and continue their extraordinary journey west.
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