"The Stephens-Townsend party of wagon train pioneers, men women, and children, crossed the Continent in 1844, blazing a trail through the wilderness for Fort Hall in present-day Idaho, across the high desert and over the Sierra Nevadas to Sacramento. No surviving first-hand written account of their two thousand mile trek is known. Author Celia Hayes has reconstructed the long-lost diary of Dr. John Townsend, physician and leader, carrying readers through every dusty mile and every hard choice of these travelers." (christiguc)
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