Sisters of the Confederacy

Sisters of the Confederacy

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Baker & Taylor
After running from Kentucky with a band of freed slaves and horses, Jesselynn Highwood heads West along the Oregon trail and discovers danger, hardship, and romance along the way. Original.

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When her sister fights to hold on to the family legacy, Louisa Highwood works tirelessly to save the lives of wounded soldiers. Putting her own safety n the line, she covertly ventures behind enemy lines to procure desperately needed supplies for the army hospital in Richmond, Virginia.Meanwhile, Jesselynn Highwood and her ragtag band of freed slaves and Thoroughbreds seek refuge along the Oregon Trail, unable to imagine what awaits them.An exciting tale of courage, adventure, and romance amid the turbulence of the Civil War.
Amid the turbulence of the Civil War, three women seek to preserve what is most precious to them, finding courage, adventure, and romance along the way.

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Fleeing Kentucky with her freed slaves and horses, Jesselynn Highwood faces danger as she heads west on the Oregon Trail, while her sister Louisa gathers faith and strength to smuggle supplies to a hospital in Richmond, Virginia.

Publisher: Minneapolis, Minn. : Bethany House, [2000]
Copyright Date: ©2000
ISBN: 9780739414835
Branch Call Number: CHR Snelling, L 500.2 2000
Characteristics: 303 pages ; 22 cm
Audience: Accelerated Reader AR UG 5.2 15.0 45063


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May 19, 2017

I really enjoyed this book. I have read many books set in the time of the US Civil War, but this was a new idea and I enjoyed it a lot.


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