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Bitterroot ; Sundance —Wheeler, Richard S.

Bitterroot: "Mountain man Barnaby Skye agrees to take a Quaker missionary, Dr. William Penn Sitgreaves, along with his wife Abigail and his party, to Owen's Fort in the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. There, the Qu...

Bannack : a Barnaby Skye novel —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

If Barnaby Skye had not wanted the new Henry repeating rifle so badly, he would have thought more than twice about leading this particular group of pilgrims from Fort Laramie into the new Idaho territory. The company inc...

The business of dying the complete western stories of Richard S. Wheeler —Wheeler, Richard S., author.
Large Print
2017
Availability: 6 of 6

"Collected here for the first time are all the Western short stories of Richard S. Wheeler, winner of four Spur Awards and the Owen Wister Award for his lifetime achievement in the world of Western literature by the West...

Easy pickings —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

After her husband dies, her son is killed and her house is burned to the ground, mine owner March McPhee, targeted by the wealthy and powerful, fights back with the help of a saloon man, an assayer and a slippery lawyer,...

The deliverance : and, the fire arrow —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

"The Deliverance and The Fire Arrow are two Skye's West novels by one of America's greatest Western storytellers, Richard S. Wheeler, at one price. The Deliverance Barnaby Skye-trapper, guide, and magnet for adventure-an...

Rendezvous —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

"Mountain man Barnaby Skye is on the run in the 1826 Columbia River wilderness. Hired mercenaries, the British military, and some of the most brutal warriors in all the American Northwest are on Barnaby's trail. He and h...

Beneath the blue mountain —Wheeler, Richard S.
Large Print
2013
Availability: 6 of 6

When Nathaniel Hapgood headed West in 1873 to stake a homestead claim in the Arizona Territory, he wagered it would take backbreaking labor to carve out a living -- nothing his Yankee know-how couldn't handle. But nothin...

Snowbound —Wheeler, Richard S.
Large Print
2010
Availability: 4 of 5

This novel is based on the experience of American explorer John Frémont and his attempt to find a railway route to the West along the 38th parallel, when he becomes trapped in the snowbound Colorado mountains and must f...

The canyon of bones : north star —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

The Canyon of Bones: "Mountain man Barnaby Skye takes work guiding wealthy Englishman Graves Mercer on an exploration of the Yellowstone and Missouri River valleys. Mercer has come to the American wilderness seeking thri...

The far tribes : a Barnaby Skye novel —Wheeler, Richard S., author.

"The frontier is full of adversity, from blood-hungry warriors to the vicious beasts of the mountains, and the one name that all men of the frontier praise and whisper as if in prayer is Barnaby Skye. Elkanah Morse went ...

Leo McCarey's An affair to remember

"Although each is engaged to someone else, when Nickie and Terry meet aboard an ocean liner, they fall in love. After they agree to rendezvous six months later atop the Empire State Building, tragedy strikes, and the lov...

The richest hill on earth —Wheeler, Richard S.

When newspaperman John Fellowes Hall arrives in Butte, Montana, in 1892, he finds himself deeply embroiled in the fight among the Copper Kings, as they battle for control of the money-making copper mines.

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