Alone On The Oregon Trail, is a wonderful, emotional, Christian Romance novel set in the 1850s along the trail through the prairies and on a ranch at the end of the journey. A woman and her husband escape from Cholera-ridden New York City, after selling all that they own and buying two horses and a covered wagon. They start out for the Midwest, somewhere, having no idea where they will eventually end up. Something happens along the way and one of them struggles to survive, with only their diminishing faith in God to sustain them.
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Solitary Journey Along The Oregon Trail: Escaping An Outbreak Of Disease, is the story of a southern woman and her older brother, striking out for the West to escape the hardships of the South after the Civil War. She didn’t want to leave her home but not wanting to be left isolated, she went with him. A seasoned veteran of the War, on the opposite side, leads the wagon train along the Oregon Trail. Romance develops but the brother is still bitter about the south losing the war. When a virulent disease erupts, the wagon master abandons the wagon train, taking just the brother and sister and a single wagon, as he strikes off along the trail alone. Tragedy strikes later and the sister has to make a hard choice.