Learning from Historical Fiction: A Family Tale Reveals a Brief Multicultural Moment of the American WestHistorians/History
tags: historical fiction, Native American history, Manifest Destiny, 19th century
Alix Christie is a journalist and historical novelist whose newest work of historical fiction is The Shining Mountains (High Road Books/University of New Mexico Press, April 2023).
A watercolor depicts the Montana fort of Angus McDonald, the last Hudson's Bay Co. trader in the United States
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