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Betty Zane ; and To the last man

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1st mass market [paperback] edition.

Betty Zane: Ohio: The American Frontier, 1782 : In the last battle of the American Revolution, British forces besiege Fort Henry. With the defenders running out of food and ammunition, sixteen-year-old Betty Zane volunteers to retrieve a gunpowder cache hidden outside the fort. Her brazen bravery--she makes the trip in broad daylight--stuns the Americans' enemies and inspires her countrymen to successfully resist the siege.
To The Last Man: Arizona: The American Frontier, 1880s: The range wars have been raging in the Tonto Basin for years as cattlemen and sheep ranchers vie for territory. At the heart of the bloody battle are the Isbels--shepherds and ranchers--and the Jorths, who have turned to cattle rustling. Gaston Isbel and Lee Jorth have vowed to destroy each other and their families and allies--to the last man, if need be. Neither man realizes that Isbel's half-Native American son, Jean, and Jorth's only daughter, Ellen, have fallen in love. Can love turn the tide of war, or will both families be annihilated?

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Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs PB W Gre (Text)
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