Along the Trail to Freedom

Escaping the Civil War and slavery, three young men go West in search of freedom. Arriving in Independence, Missouri, they meet a teamster who hires them for his wagon train to Santa Fe, New Mexico. The teamster admires and becomes friend with the three. In Santa Fe they decide to keep heading westward to Tucson. Once there, they go their separate ways but eventually experience warm reunions. More

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Published by Western Trail Blazer
Words: 61,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476352626
About John Duncklee

ohn Duncklee is an award-winning author of sixteen books. His published work covers fiction, non-fiction, satire, short stories and poetry. Prior to his writing career, John was a university professor in both the United States and Mexico, a cattle rancher, Quarter Horse breeder, designer of mesquite wood furniture, and served his country in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He lives in New Mexico with his wife, Penny, an illustrator and artist.

Awards and Recognition:
$5,000 Unrestricted fellowship for excellence in poetry:Arizona Commission on the Arts.
Author of the Year: Friends of Branigan Memorial Library. Las Cruces, NM
Member of the Authors Guild and Western Writers of America
Spur Award for best western poem 2008 Western Writers of America

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