In the winter of 1846-1847 nearly half of a group of emigrants traveling overland on their way west to California perished after being trapped by snow in the high elevations of the Sierra Nevada. Written accounts of their ordeal appeared shortly afterward, and the tragedy became one of the best-known sagas of the nineteenth-century American West. This hardcover book has 156 pages and a dust jacket.
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