The Cumberland Bride

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Danger, intrigue, and love on the Wilderness Road into Kentucky, 1794. #5 in the Daughters of the Mayflower series, Barbour Publishing, release date October 1, 2018.

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Most comprehensive American Indian stock image photos and video collection that specializes in tribal cultures. Over 150,000 images traditional and contemporary. Available for use to business, education, government, public and non-profit.

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Native Americans had not yet been forced to develop their armor and weaponry like the Europeans had. This demonstrates the immense differences between the Native Americans and the European explorers. Native American Warrior, Native American Images, American Indian Art, Native American History, American Indians, Native American Tribes, Shawnee Tribe, Shawnee Indians, Woodland Indians

Lord Dunmore's War: The Battle of Point Pleasant - Warfare History Network

Shawnee Indians and Virginians waged a thunderous and bloody battle at Point Pleasant during the conflict now known as Lord Dunmore's War.

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Covering almost 32 square miles in the three states – Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia – the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park commemorates a vital early phase in the westward movement. Cumberland Gap, Print Place, Photo Restoration, Civil War Photos, East Tennessee, Blue Ridge, Historical Photos, Old Photos, Wilderness

Places | Cumberland Gap, KY, TN, VA - Vintage

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park - Covering almost 32 square miles in the three states – Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia – the Cumberland Gap National Historical Park commemorates a vital early phase in the westward movement and the indomitable courage of the first

 Thomas Walker led the first expedition through Cumberland Gap in Near the river which he named the Cumberland, Walker built a cabin, a replica of which stands on the site today in the park. The park is located near Barbourville, Kentucky Noah Bradley, Cumberland Gap, Building A Cabin, Handmade Home, State Parks, Kentucky, Tiny House, Log Cabins, Small Cabins

Places | Walker State Park, KY

Dr. Thomas Walker led the first expedition through Cumberland Gap in 1750. Near the river which he named the Cumberland, Walker built a cabin, a replica of which stands on the site today in the 12-acre park. The park is located near Barbourville, Kentucky

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Photo by Kathy Weiser-Alexander.

inspired by Shannon McNear's The Cumberland Bride (Barbour Publishers). India Ink, May Flowers, Historical Fiction, Barbour, First Love, My Arts, Author, The Incredibles, Fan Art

More custom fan art ... Kate! (And another huge thanks to Jenelle Hovde for her incredible artwork!)