Santa Fe Woman

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Santa Fe Woman

When the severe economic depression of the 1800s destroys the Haydens' fortune, 22-year-old Jori Hayden and her family venture west along the Santa Fe Trail in search of a new livelihood, but despite the dangers they encounter at every turn, romance, faith, and family prove to be their biggest fortunes. Original. 12,000 first printing.

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