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One thousand white women : the journals of May Dodd

Fergus, Jim. (Author).

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  • 6 of 7 copies available at Lackawanna County Library System.

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  • ISBN: 0312199430
  • ISBN: 9780312199432
  • Physical Description: xiv, 436 pages ; 21 cm
    print
  • Edition: 2nd St. Martin's Griffin ed.
  • Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Griffin, [2011]

Content descriptions

General Note: Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association Regional Book Award Winner.
Includes Reading Group Gold selection (reading group guide).
Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 435-436).
Summary, etc.: An Indian request in 1854 for 1,000 white brides to ensure peace is secretly approved by the U.S. government in this alternate-history novel. Their journey west is described by May Dodd, a high-society woman released from an asylum where she was incarcerated by her family for an affair.
Awards Note:
Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers Association Regional Book Award Winner.
Subject: Women pioneers
Interracial marriage
Cheyenne Indians
Cheyenne Indians Fiction
Women pioneers Fiction
Interracial marriage Fiction
Little Wolf -1904
Little Wolf -1904 Fiction
Genre: Historical fiction.
Diary fiction.
Western stories.
Historical fiction.
Western fiction.
Historical fiction.
Fiction.
Diary fiction.
Western stories.
Historical fiction.
Diary fiction.
Western stories.
Summary: An Indian request in 1854 for 1,000 white brides to ensure peace is secretly approved by the U.S. government in this alternate-history novel. Their journey west is described by May Dodd, a high-society woman released from an asylum where she was incarcerated by her family for an affair.
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