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Title: Wind Out Of The West: A Story of Survival ...
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In the mid 1800â€™s many people were going west for different reasons. Some were lured by the promise of gold, some were looking for free land, and others were looking for adventure. Almost daily covered wagon caravans crossed the Big River with high hopes. Wind Out of the West is the imaginary story of one woman who began the journey with her husband and their parents. Upon reaching Americaâ€™s heartland their sense of adventure swelled within them. Then out of nowhere a band of Indians appeared, catching the travelers by surprise. While trying to escape, the young woman fell, cutting her leg on a sharp rock. Instantly she was swept up by a young Indian brave on horseback. This is the story of their relationshipâ€”a relationship that changed their lives in a most surprising way, eventually bringing peace between two different nationalities, resulting in a community of harmony and love.
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