Strength of Stone: The Pioneer Journal of Electa Bryan Plumer: 1862-1864

| April 30, 2010 | 0 Comments
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Metal detecting has many facets depending on particular interests, coin shooting, relic hunting, jewelry hunting and more. regardless of your area of enjoyment research is important. In today’s era of the Internet and technology we sometimes forget the old tried and true methods.  Strength of Stone is an excellent example of historical reference sources that continue  to surface.  Aids  like this book will add to your research sources  and  improve your chances of recovering those wonderful old finds.

 The wife of notorious William Henry Handy Plumer–the Bannack Sheriff hanged by Vigilantes, Electa Bryan Plumer has much to offer readers. This incredibly detailed and fast-moving historical novel presents a portion of Electa’s life just prior to meeting Plumer, her courtship with Plumer, and the short period of time she was Plumer’s wife. This is a love story from a woman’s perspective, set in the early 1860s Gold Rush West, and deeply entrenched in Idaho Territory (Montana) history and lore. The events of the Civil War and the “settling” of the frontier West are just two of the fascinating historical threads working their way through Electa’s incredible personal saga of exploration, adventure, love, and loss

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