Nineteen chapters feature the old roads and trails that crisscrossed early America from the East Coast to the western shore. This collection covers the various trails that led to the great plains and mountains and valleys of the West. Some of the greatest writers of the American West have combined talents to produce a classic book of American wilderness trails. Nineteen veteran authors, members of the Western Writers of America all, have been collected in this volume of essays detailing the travails and triumphs of the whites who emigrated rest along the Pioneer Trails.
“Pioneer Trails West,” Western Writers of America, Inc., Donald E. Worcester; Hardcover, Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; First Edition; First Printing, Caxton Press 1985, 13.59 x 9.36 Inches; 292 pages