Across the Sweet Grass Hills
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Across the Sweet Grass Hills

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An historical romance, this is the tale of Liza Ralston and Red Eagle,
star-crossed lovers whose gripping personal drama is played out at a
crucial moment in American history - the 1860s and 1870s - when native
peoples collided most intensely with white settlers.

Though drawn irresistibly toward each other, Liza and Red Eagle come
from different, perhaps irreconcilable wor

Paperback, 303 pages
Published February 6th 2001 by Creative Arts Book Company
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An excellent book to read about the American west during the mid 1800's.
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