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The Flame and the Fury

Paperback|Feb 1998
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Contents^^173 pages/21 chapters^


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Contents^^173 pages/21 chapters^
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Lawrence, Kansas, summer of 1863. A growing prairie town, unassuming except for one thing: its strong antislavery stance. Who would have believed the little town would be the target of a cruel massacre? But after the homes and businesses were torched by William Clark Quantrill and his raiding band, fully half the buildings were reduced to ashes and 150 people were dead. Curiously, many of the men marked for death on Quantrill's list escaped, including a U.S. Senator and other free-state supporters. The Davis family is acquainted with Quantrill and they fear for their lives and home as the raid ensues. When 18-year-old Beth Davis and her father are drawn into the gruesome aftermath of caring for the injured and dying, Beth's suitor, Dan Wilcox, joins other men to avenge the attackers. How will the Lawrence residents rebuild their town when fear has threatened the faith of so many people? And will Beth ever see Dan again? Relive these actual events as told by popular author Esther Loewen Vogt, who is known for historical fiction that chronicles events in the history of Kansas.
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The Cross and the Tomahawk series features the superb and sensitive writing of author Mark Ammerman, who shares a 300-year familial connection to one of the principal characters of the series, Roger Williams. Culturally and historically accurate in every detail, this series provides, according to a Library Journal review, "a solid glimpse into a rarely portrayed aspect of American history".History buffs, readers of fine fiction and Americana aficianados will appreciate the finely honed descriptive phrases and the exceptional insight into human nature that characterizes Ammerman's style.
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