Jackson's Way: Andrew Jackson And the People Of The Western Waters
Book Sales, Inc., 2005 - 434 ページ
Separating fact from myth, the author resurrects the remarkable Andrew Jackson and his rise to American hero, bringin to life the thrilling details of frontier warfare and of Jackson's exploits as an Indian fighter.
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