Donner - Reed Tragedy by Ted Davidson

a story of unbearable suffering, of strength, weakness, and human nature


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In 1846 the Donner Party was trapped by the snow high in the Sierras of California; of the 89 members of the wagon train, 42 died; most of the other 47 resorted to cannibalism to survive! Donner-Reed Tragedy vividly brings to life the sensational shocking details of one of the most gruesomely riveting tragedies of American history.

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