First in the new series -- The Making of America. - The Indians called in Kan-Ta-Ke ("Beautiful Meadow") but to the pioneers who made their way to Kentucky over the Wilderness Road in the 1770's it was "The Dark and Bloody Ground" where American patriots still fought for their lives against redcoats and their savage allies thirteen years after the British surrender. Among these brave venturers were: Joe Floyd: At 20, a giant of a man, fleeing the terrible consequences of his own strength, searching for a new life and love... Two-Hearts: A "white Indian," captive of the Shawnee since childhood, torn between two worlds, honor-bound to war against the man she loves... Margaret Floyd: Gallant and beautiful, she fought side-by-side with her men against the wilderness--living in terror of the forbidden passion that raged within... Wo-Kan: Treacherous sub-chief of the Shawnee, sworn to have Two-Hearts in his tent--and Joe Floyd's scalp on his belt... Bold, passionate men and women....Wilderness Seekers.
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Used availability for Lou Cameron's The Wilderness Seekers
June 1979 : USA Paperback