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The Spirit of the Border

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2019
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2274
 Ohio River Trilogy*
#2 of 3
Ohio River Trilogy*   See series as if on a bookshelf
A series of historical fiction by Zane Grey.

1) Betty Zane
2) The Spirit of the Border
3) The Last Trail
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Added: 11-Apr-2019
Last Updated: 03-Mar-2023

Publications

 01-Jul-2010
Libivox
Audiobook
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Date Issued:
01-Jul-2010
Format:
Audiobook
Length:
10 hrs 7 min
"Read":
Once
Internal ID:
2363
Publisher:
ISBN:
Unknown
Country:
United States
Language:
English
Credits:
Leonard Wilson  - Narration
From librivox.org:

This is an early novel by the phenomenally successful author of frontier, western and sports stories. It deals with historical characters and incidents in the Ohio Valley in the late 18th century, especially with the foundation of Gnaddenhutten, a missionary village intended to bring Christianity to the Indians of Ohio, despite the violent opposition of both Indians and white renegades. This turbulent adventure romance features the heroics of a semi-legendary frontiersman, Lewis Wetzel, who attempts to protect the settlers from hostile Native Americans and the vicious white outlaws the Girty brothers. (Introduction by Leonard Wilson)
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Notes and Comments:
I listened to the first in this series from the library but couldn't find the rest.  Well they're public domain so I listened to them from librivox.

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Author(s)

Zane Grey  
Birth: 31 Jan 1872 Zanesville, Ohio, US
Death: 23 Oct 1939 Altadena, California, US

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  • I try to maintain page numbers for audiobooks even though obviously there aren't any. I do this to keep track of pages read and I try to use the Kindle version page numbers for this.
  • Synopses marked with an asterisk (*) were generated by an AI. There aren't a lot since this is an iffy way to do it - AI seems to make stuff up.
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  • When listing chapters, I only list chapters relevant to the story. I will usually leave off Author Notes, Indices, Acknowledgements, etc unless they are relevant to the story or the book is non-fiction.
  • Page numbers on this site are for the end of the main story. I normally do not include appendices, extra material, and other miscellaneous stuff at the end of the book in the page count.






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