The Story of Stagecoach Mary Fields Stories of the Forgotten West Review ✓ PDF eBook or Kindle ePUB

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The Story of Stagecoach Mary Fields Stories of the Forgotten WestE time when the West was as wild as a mustang stallion Here is her story filled with colorful anecdotes and rich imagery f. Able to outshoot outride and outfight most men six foot tall 200 pound rough hewn Mary Fields cut uite a figure back in the time when the West was as wild as a mustang stallion Here is her story filled with colorful anecdotes and rich imagery from the Old West This is a not to be missed portrait of a strong willed African American woman who helped build our nation

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Able to outshoot outride and outfight most men six foot tall 200 pound rough hewn Mary Fields cut uite a figure back in th. It's about time There were many African Americans who played important roles in the settling of the American West Mary Fields is but one of them Her story is told vividly by the author The illustrations are simple but capture the reader's imagine as they follow the tale As the first African American to deliver the US mail one would think her story would be widespread It isn't Thanks to the author and the illustrator for bringing her back She should be a role model except for the gun toting part for children of today Her steadfast friendship to her childhood friend her determination to succeed and her self sufficient nature are admirable today as well as in hte old West A good read for anyone

Summary The Story of Stagecoach Mary Fields Stories of the Forgotten West

The Story of Stagecoach Mary Fields Stories of the Forgotten West Review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç Able to outshoot outride and outfight most men six foot tall 200 pound rough hewn Mary Fields cut uite a figure back in the time when the West was as wild as a mustang stallioRom the Old West This is a not to be missed portrait of a strong willed African American woman who helped build our nation. Full of details other books leave out Omits the town celebration in her honor Makes me wonder how much of her information is embellished to fill in the blanks or build up her legend