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Voyage to Santa Fe
Voyage to Santa Fe
Author: Janice Holt Giles
Johnny Flower (sometimes known as "Johnny Osage" because of his close relationships with the Osage Indians) has stakes everything on his ability to guide a mule train over an unmarked trail through dangerous country. Judith and Johnny have only been married when they begin the journey that tests their marriage, A strange journey for a gentle gi...  more »
ISBN: 240084
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 255
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Publisher: Houghton MifflinCo.Boston
Book Type: Hardcover
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Judith and Johnny Fowler(better known as Jophnny Osage because of his relationship with the Osage Indians) begin a dangerous and unmarked journey with a wagon train full of trade goods to Santa Fe.Judith must learn to cope with being the only woman on the train and also learn all her new husbands ways as leader of the train. It's sometimes dangerous and mostly uncomfortable with many trials along the way. This is a good book but a little different than many of Janice Giles's books.