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The Devil's Backbone: The Story of the Natchez Trace.
by [American Trail Series] Daniels, Jonathan.

Publisher Information:
McGraw-Hill,, New York:: 1962..

A Fine tight copy in a Very Good plus unclipped dust jacket with a chip missing from the heel of the spine. This volume in the Trail series documents the history of he Trace--a trail that Mississippi flatboat crews created as a return route from Natchez through Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee to Nashville. Great men traveled this route including Aaron Burr, Andrew Jackson, and Meriwether Lewis who mysteriously died on the Trace. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Daniel BooneHernando de Soto and Abraham Lincoln all play a role in the history of this American trail.


Edition: 6th Printing of the First US Edition
Book Id: 24345

Price: $65.00

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