David M. Quinn

It May Be Forever: An Irish Rebel on the American Frontier

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WHAT THE CRITICS ARE SAYING

"The story is moving and compelling ... we are reminded who we are as a country and where we have been." Jack L. Kennedy, Joplin Independent

ABOUT THE BOOK

Michael Quinn (1846 - 1934),

a life of adventure and tragedy in the Old West

  • Survivor of the Irish Potato Famine
  • Child laborer in English textile mill
  • Irish immigrant to the United States
  • Fenian fighter for Ireland's independence
  • Bullwhacking freighter to western mining camps
  • Helped construct the Transcontinental railroad
  • Open-range cattleman in conflict with Native Americans
  • His life transformed by the massacre at Wounded Knee

You can also read related excerpts about the Irish Potato Famine.

It May Be Forever: An Irish Rebel on the American Frontier

Let it be said first that It May Be Forever: An Irish Rebel on the American Frontier is an excellent, very enjoyable book which would win the highest rating... The writing is first rate... Francis Hamit - The Self-Publishing Review.

It May Be Forever An Irish American Rebel on the American Frontier

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Rising from famine, child labor in England’s textile mills, and a foiled Irish rebellion to eventual prosperity on the American frontier, Michael Quinn lost love, friendship, and family in his single-minded pursuit of fortune. Only a dramatic encounter with a Lakota holy man provides the catalyst for personal redemption

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