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The Emerald Prairie

The Emerald Prairie

by Harold G. Ross

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Overview

Bruce Ross leaves home in 1871 to see the West. His action-filled adventure soon begins in a Kansas shootout. His journey continues to Colorado and the rough-and-tumble gold fields. When he returns to Kansas to search for gold bullion south of Council Grove, he meets an unforgettable young woman at a school box supper and his life quickly changes.


5.0 out of 5 stars: A tale of faith in God, survival, and a young man
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Set in the American West during the late 1800s, The Emerald Prairie by Harold G. Ross is the sweeping and highly recommended story of a pioneer family looking to stake their claim on Kansas prairie. A tale of faith in God, survival, and a young man who grows up tested by destiny yet driven by the courage and challenge passed on in his blood, The Emerald Prairie is a moving tale that brings a bygone era vividly alive and documents Harold Ross as an original author and a talented master of the western genre.


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BN ID: 2940014885102
Publisher: Harold G. Ross
Publication date: 10/18/2003
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 223
Sales rank: 957,109
File size: 196 KB

About the Author

Harold G Ross spent his early years on farms northeast and southwest of Junction City, Kansas, where he attended Grandview country school through the third grade. The remainder of his boyhood years were spent east of Manhattan, in the rolling Flint Hills of Kansas, where he attended Oak Grove country school, then Woodrow Wilson city school, and Manhattan High School. He attended Kansas State University for a year.
After college, Ross worked in the construction industry as surveyor, draftsman, inspector, estimator, and superintendent. He formed Ross and Michel Construction Company with Bill Michel, and subsequently the Ross and Michel Development Company, building and managing commercial properties.
After retiring he started writing poetry as a hobby and in the 1990’s and in 2001 published his first historical novel Brannick.
The Emerald Praire is Ross’s third historical novel of the Western Genre.

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