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Set in 1834, this historical novel follows the adventures of two young Irish brothers and their families and friends as they endure the hardships and joys of immigrating to the Texas frontier.
Paperback, 200 pages
Published March 1st 1987 by Wings Press
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Bryce Milligan has lived in San Antonio since 1977. Milligan is a prolific, award-winning author in numerous genres, ranging from children's books to adult poetry and criticism. Bloomsbury Review called him an "indefatigable literary wizard." Critic Paul Christensen wrote of Milligan as "one of the principal writers of the region and a force at the center of the literary art movements of Texas.” J

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