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Kim Stafford and Marc Lawrence are blown on the winds of time back to a wagon train in 1845. Their 20th century knowledge and ham radios are their only chance for survival on the Oregon Trail.
184 pages. © 1998, by Cynthia Wall, KA7ITT.
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