Directed by garry a brown with jerry hardin sarah minnich marilyn ghigliotti clint obenchain the true story of sister blandina segale a young and innocent nun sent by the catholic church to the western territories in 1872 at a time when lawlessness and brutality were in the norm surrounded by cowboys native americans outlaws and new immigrants from all over the world. I enjoyed reading the end of the santa fe trail sr blandina was refreshing in the story as she was writing about her life in the west to her sister in ohio the times were rough and yet she survived and brought so much to life in southern colorado and new mexico she was a great woman i am glad that her book is still in print for all to read. At the end of the santa fe trail book read 25 reviews from the worlds largest community for readers an unusual and intensely interesting contributi. The santa fe trail was a 19th century route through central north america that connected franklin missouri with santa fe new mexico pioneered in 1821 by william becknell who departed from the boonslick region along the missouri river the trail served as a vital commercial highway until 1880 when the railroad arrived in santa fe santa fe was near the end of the el camino real de tierra
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