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ABOUT THE BOOK:
Sacajawea gained fame as the guide and interpreter of the celebrated Lewis and Clark Expedition, which changed the future of the United States in ways still felt today. This book is the definitive study of the theories surrounding what really happened to Sacajawea after the Lewis and Clark Expedition ended, detailing the stories and possibilities with careful scrutiny.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
A native of Fluvanna County, Virginia, Rich Haney spent twenty-five years as a sportscaster, including eight years as Sports Director of WINA radio in Charlottesville, Virginia, and twelve years as Sports Anchor and Director of WTVR-TV in Richmond. He also wrote a syndicated sports column in Virginia and, for eighteen years, did football and basketball play-by-play on the radio networks owned by the University of Richmond, the University of Virginia and (or) Virginia Tech University. He also produced and hosted the television sports shows for such coaches as Dick Tarrant at the University of Richmond and Bill Dooley at Virginia Tech.
But mostly, Rich Haney loved to write historic novels, such as the recently published Civil War novel entitled Chattahoochee. Divorced with two grown children and two grandchildren, he moved briefly to Laramie, Wyoming, to research and write full-time. In 2007 he moved back to Virginia.
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