Where Eagles Dance: A Saga of Early California (California Chronicles) (Volume 1)

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Welcome to the world of the 1850s. The wagon trains, Indian attacks, a lone survivor, and her tale of life among the Kumeyaay. Parts of this story are factual: the trail blazing Butterfield Overland Mail, the unfolding conflicts in California over the issue of slavery, and the looming Civil War. Woven into this historical fabric are the stories of Abby, a young girl raised by Indians; John Jay Butterfield, scion of the founder of the Overland Mail; Waterman Ormsby, reporter for the New York Herald; and many other compelling personages drawn from fact and fiction. Join author Marian Sepulveda as she guides you through this unique chapter in early California lore.

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Marian Sepulveda’s writing career began in the seventh grade, with stories she shared with friends and family. A serious interest came later, with an agent submitting her works to New York publishers. During her working years with General Telephone Company, she woke at 4:30 a.m. to write before going to work. During this time, as an amateur historian, she began work on the story that would eventually be called Where Eagles Dance. When her late husband Steve Sepulveda developed Alzheimer’s, the story languished for many years until a friend challenged her to embrace her muse. This was a story that insisted on being told.

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