Book Reviews of Sitka

Author: Louis L'Amour
ISBN-13: 9780553207255
ISBN-10: 0553207253
Publication Date: 9/1981
Pages: 245
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.

3.4 stars, based on 8 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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An interesting story of how the Alaskan frontier became part of the
US. A young boy born in the swamps of the Eastern States played a
big part in founding the Alaska Territory. The Russian charter of
Alaska and its upheavals make this historical novel worth reading.
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A fictional tale set in old Alaska. Easy reading
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An adventure, a sailor, and a man who will brave any risk, Jean LaBarge finds the challenge of a lifetime on the rugged Alaskan coast. After sailing his ship from the teeming port of San Francisco to the icy waters of the north Pacific, LaBarge will let no man stand between him and his dream. And with a beautiful Russian princess by his side, he will fight until he changes the face of a nation...
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great read
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good abt alaska
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Famous Louie Lamour western. Based in the great Alaska goldrush era. Rich in texture and drama
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A very good read
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A break from the usual oater, this is an intriguing book that prompts interest in the Alaskan frontier.