The Oregon Trail by Francis Parkman audiobook

The Oregon Trail

By Francis Parkman
Read by Adrian Cronauer

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11.66 Hours Unabridged
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In 1846, a young Harvard graduate named Francis Parkman set out to explore life in the uncivilized West. With his friend Quincy Adams Shaw, he traveled up the Oregon Trail to the camps of the Pawnee and the Sioux. Parkman's journal is an authentic record of life on the trail, an exciting eyewitness account of the Mormons and outlaws, trappers and Native Americans, pioneers and adventurers who tried to conquer the frontier.

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In 1846, a young Harvard graduate named Francis Parkman set out to explore life in the uncivilized West. With his friend Quincy Adams Shaw, he traveled up the Oregon Trail to the camps of the Pawnee and the Sioux. Parkman's journal is an authentic record of life on the trail, an exciting eyewitness account of the Mormons and outlaws, trappers and Native Americans, pioneers and adventurers who tried to conquer the frontier.

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Author Bio: Francis Parkman

Author Bio: Francis Parkman

Francis Parkman (1823–1893) was one of America’s greatest historians. He was born in Boston to a leading Unitarian minister. He was a talented linguist at Harvard and read almost as many books in foreign languages as in English. He died in Massachusetts, having worked as a writer, journalist, and historian.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 11.66
Audience: Adult
Language: English