Eva Emery Dye: romance with the West
Oregon State University Press, 2004 - 186 ページ
Early 20th-century novelist Eva Emery Dye was one of the first writers to popularize (and romanticize) the Lewis and Clark Expedition and introduce a new American heroine, Sacajawea. This first biography of Dye chronicles the life of a writer whose books on the conquest of the American West helped to shape an entire generation's understanding of American history and Manifest Destiny.
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