by John S. C. Abbott
This book tells the life story of Kit Carson one of the most famous and frontiersmen of the American southwest. It follows his exploits guiding the Fremont expedition and his relationship with many of the native tribes of the region. Carson's contributions to settlement of the New Mexico, Arizona, and California throughout his 25 year career were enormous, and he was admired by both white men and Indians for his gentlemanly character in a lawless age.
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