Life After Little Feather

Life After Little Feather

Life After Little Feather

Keith Zacharias

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iUniverse
Año de edición:
2008
ISBN:
9780595505180
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Continuing the epic saga started in It Just Didn’t Happen, Zacharias’ new chapter Life After Little Feather follows the live of the children of European-born Hans Olufsen and his Native American wife, Little Feather, from 1880 to 1905 in the American West.Harry Olufsen-Oldest son Harry starts a ranch on the Wounded Knee Creek and marries a Native American named Walka. They have four children together. But during the Wounded Knee massacre, Walka and one of their sons is killed, leaving Harry wondering how he will continue with life.Joan Olufsen-Spirited daughter Joan goes off to school in Fargo, North Dakota, and soon captures the attention of ambitious James Lagner. The two soon marry and James begins his bid for political office. After he wins a seat in the state legislature, the couple moves to Bismarck to continue his political career-and embark on a life neither of them ever imagined.Eric Olufsen-Youngest son Eric buys land in Minnesota’s Red River Valley and starts a Bonanza Farm. The first years of the farm are very profitable, but when the markets turn against the farmers, the threat of bankruptcy looms. Can Eric keep his farm?Rich with historic detail, Life After Little Feather captures the essence of the American spirit in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries through the lives of the Olufsen family. 3

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