1838. The first wagon train to Oregon country moved slowly across the Great Plains, reaching the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in early autumn. Led by wagon scout Whip Holt, the 500 strong community of courageous men, women, and children prepare for the bitter winter ahead.
About the Author
Dana Fuller Ross was the pseudonym of Noel Bertram Gerson. Gerson, a prolific writer, wrote numerous works under many pseudonyms including the White Indian novels, which he wrote as Donald Clayton Porter.