Track's End: Being the Narrative of Judson Pitcher's Strange Winter Spent There as Told by Himself

Track s End Being the Narrative of Judson Pitcher s Strange Winter Spent There as Told by Himself Including An Accurate Account Of His Numerous Adventures And The Facts Concerning His Several Surprising Escapes From Death Now First Printed In Full

  • Title: Track's End: Being the Narrative of Judson Pitcher's Strange Winter Spent There as Told by Himself
  • Author: Judson Pitcher
  • ISBN: 9780548400050
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Paperback
  • Including An Accurate Account Of His Numerous Adventures And The Facts Concerning His Several Surprising Escapes From Death Now First Printed In Full.

    One thought on “Track's End: Being the Narrative of Judson Pitcher's Strange Winter Spent There as Told by Himself”

    1. The hardships it took for one young man to hold down the fort during a long hard winter with a cat and cow and his horse for companions and against bank robbers, 15 feet of snow and blizzards, a tribe of Indians bent on burning the town. Judson was 18 years old and alone except for the animals taking care of an abandon town known as Tracks end left by the inhabitant sand buisness owners until spring. For 5 long winter months. This book is one of my children now grown adults favorites as well.

    2. I first read this when My kids were young and we had no electricity it became a family favorite of a Young man age 18 left alone in the North Dakota territory to take care of a town and all the escapades he had with Indian's, snow storms, bandits and his companions a cat named Pawsey and a cow.

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