The Saga Concludes
About the Book
This saga unites a family torn apart by the turbulence of the frontier west. Family members and friends are lost then miraculously found in this thrilling, emotional adventure. Share this story with our adventurers and feel their grief and joy as they travel the old west in search of each other. The white boy Levi Junior McCumber was raised by the Blackfeet, abducted by the Sioux and traded to a Cheyenne family. He survived the aftermath of the Battle of the Little Bighorn when the tribes scattered across the northern prairie, then as a teen set out on an odyssey to find his Indian Sister in the brothels of the northwest. His decade long journey took him through numerous white knuckle conflicts from the gold fields of Alaska to the building of the canal at Panama. Wapun, the Sister, liked to introduce herself to a table full of poker players by saying, “Gentlemen I am neither a prostitute nor a lady...”
About the Author
He was born and raised in a tiny prairie town, had a career as a scientist, traveled the world and developed a deep respect for American Heritage. He writes about those exceptional people who risked everything to come to this land of freedom and promise. These are some of the people who gave their lives to create a new country called America.