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Francis Parkman's journal - written more than 150 years ago, in 1846 - provides an eye-witness account of one of the grandest adventures in American history. At age 23, the Harvard-educated Bostonian traveled the Rocky Mountains, living among the Dakota Sioux. In his journal, he captured the color, spirit, and perspective of his era, as well as the exuberant confidence that was the mark of his time. Frank Muller's dramatic reading brings this captivating record to life.

Public Domain (P)1996 The Audio Partners Publishing

"...with a rich and colorful narrative style, [Parkman] is, in the opinion of many, the greatest of American historians." (Frank N. Magill, Cyclopedia of World Authors)

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  • Brian P. Sullivan
  • 06/06/2020

Among the finest works of American literature

I have read this book often over a lifetime and it has never disappointed. But this reading was a revelation and brought an entirely new appreciation for Parkman’s genius. If you love language, adventure and America, avail yourself of this treasure.

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  • Jesse Vejar
  • 02/11/2020

Old fashioned story without vulgarity but EXCELLENT!

Well told story / kept me interested. I learned many things about Native Americans and the cruelty of the whites

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