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Buffalo Palace (Titus Bass #2)

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In Buffalo Palace, the young Titus Bass sights, and then sets out into, the vast Rocky Mountain country, where he has his initial experiences with trapping beaver, surviving the freezing winter, fighting fierce Indians and even fiercer fellow mountain men, and celebrating at the hard-earned summer rendezvous. Most memorably, we walk with Titus as he first sees the immense...more
ebook, 576 pages
Published June 9th 2010 by Bantam (first published 1996)
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Jul 01, 2008 Pa rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those interested in history of American west
This is a book about mountain men in the American west in the years around 1825. The story drags a bit in spots, but is generally a worthwhile read and it give a good impression of both the day-to-day hard work and boredom of beaver trapping, and the occasional terror of hostile savages. The hero is by no means a superman, and he certainly takes his licks.
This book continues the adventures of Titus Bass and is a detailed account of how he sets off to become a mountain man. From the details here, you could probably learn to set your beaver trap. Real page-turner.
Jeff Morris
What a great book. The detail of the trapping and the glorious expansive shining mountains make you fell like you are there. The younger Titus Bass is learning the ways of a mountain man. Read this one twice.
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Terry C. Johnston was born January 1, 1947 in Arkansas City, KS.
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