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Find nearly any book by Dorothy Nafus Morrison. by Dorothy Nafus Morrison. ISBN 9780875952048 (978-0-87595-204-8) Softcover, Oregon Historical Society Pr, 1991. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Find signed collectible books: 'Chief Sarah: Sarah Winnemucca's Fight for Indian Rights'. The Eagle & the Fort: The Story of John McLoughlin.
Although the title and cover imply that this is a horse story, readers will find that Whisper and the rest of the family herd function as secondary characters. Whisper's role is limited to carrying Stacey on trail rides and practicing barrel racing for a rodeo which never occurs. Readers of Morrison's Whisper Goodbye (Macmillan, 1985) will probably enjoy this sequel, but for superior girl-horse plots, refer them to books by Jean Doty and Lynn Hall. Charlene Strickland, Los Angeles County Pub.
Dorothy Nafus Morrison (Author). Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. John McLoughlin was a giant of a man in a area that was a footnote in the struggle of the control of North America. He was a monarch in the Pacific Northwest, a representative of both the Hudson's Bay and the Crown as the Chief Factor of Fort Vancouver. This book provides an entertaining reading of a great man who lived in the remote PNW.
Dorothy Nafus was born in Nashua, Iowa. She graduated from the University of Iowa, majoring in English and Music. Dorothy published several young adult biographies about figures of the Pacific. Dorothy published several young adult biographies about figures of the Pacific Northwest, including one about John McLoughlin.
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Dorothy Combs Morrison (born Dorothy Marie Combs, May 8, 1944) is an American gospel music singer. She sang lead vocal on the song "Oh Happy Day" recorded by the Edwin Hawkins Singers. She was born in Longview, Texas, and grew up in Richmond, California. The seventh child of ten, Dorothy showed early signs of her talents. She began singing at the age of 13 and released her first single "I Am Free," while singing with her siblings as 'The Combs Family'.