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Trumpet on the Land: The Plainsmen
Mass Market Paperbound - English

The "Plainsman" series continues with this powerful story of the U.S. Cavalry following the shocking massacre at Little Big Horn. After Custer's defeat, the Army vowed revenge and declared total war on the Cheyenne and Sioux. As witnessed by scout Seamus Donegan, the long, arduous trek from the Black Hills to the Slim Buttes tested the strength and will of every man involved. ..."Terry Johnston is an authentic American treasure."--Loren D. Estleman, author of Edsel

It was a day that shocked a nation. June 25, 1876. The day General George Armstrong Custer fell at Little Big Horn. Now the U.S. Army is on the march. Vowing revenge, its commanders have declared total war on the Cheyenne and Sioux. Every able-bodied man must answer the call of the cavalry trumpet . . . men such as frontiersman Buffalo Bill Cody and scout Seamus Donegan. From the Black Hills to Slim Buttes, from Yellowstone to Warbonnet Creek, some would succumb to ambush, some to starvation, others to disease and even madness. Under the blood-red sun of that terrible summer, Seamus Donegan prays only to survive . . . to return to his wife, Samantha, and witness the birth of their first child.

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ADDITIONAL INFO

ISBN
0553299751
EAN
9780553299755
Publisher
Publication Date
01/01/1995
Pages
672
Dimension
17.45cm x 10.62cm x 3.00cm
Age Group
NA to NA
Grades
Not Applicable to Not Applicable
Lexile Level
0
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About Author

Johnston, Terry C.
Terry Johnston was born on the Kansas plains in 1947 and has lived all his life in the American west. His first novel, "Carry the Wind," won the Medicine Pipe Bearer's Award from the Western Writers of America and his subsequent books have appeared in bestseller lists throughout the country. He lives and writes near Billings, Montana. There are over five million copies of Johnston's books in print.





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