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Born a slave, died a pioneer : Nathan Harrison and the historical archaeology of legend

By: Mallios, Seth

1789204305 / 9781789204308
Paperback
979.49804092
30/11/2019
Published 30/11/2019
426 pages
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Few people in the history of the United States embody ideals of the American Dream more than Nathan Harrison.

His is a story with prominent themes of overcoming staggering obstacles, forging something-from-nothing, and evincing gritty perseverance.

In a lifetime of hard-won progress, Harrison survived the horrors of slavery in the Antebellum South, endured the mania of the California Gold Rush, and prospered in the rugged chaos of the Wild West.

This book uses spectacular recent discoveries from the Nathan Harrison cabin site to offer new insights and perspectives into this most American biography.

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HB History, HD Archaeology

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