James' Crossing

In the tumultuous 1700s, James Sterling, a Scottish teen forced into service by English sailors, jumped ship in Florida. Aided by Native Americans, runaway slaves, and a reclusive Scottish trapper, James learned to make his way in the wilderness. He slashed and fought westward to the Mississippi, where the War of 1812 assured his American identity, complicated by the evils leading to the Civil War More

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Published by George Morrison
Words: 90,620
Language: English
ISBN: 9789966790125
About Frances Ellis

Frances Sterling Ellis was born in rural Mississippi. She received her undergraduate education at Mississippi Junior College and the University of Southern Mississippi. She received her Master's and Ph.D. degrees from Georgia State University. She retired as Professor Emerita from her teaching career and lives in Stone Mountain, Georgia.

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