With 65 episodes of the Weston Wagons West suite of historical fiction, family saga stories now available, the article provides an update of both the current status and what to see in the future.
In the spring of 1852, Martie Weston and J.P. Preston made their next move west by joining the Hedrick group crossing Iowa to join up with a wagon train headed for the California Gold Fields.
In 1850, George and Hannah and more of their family finally decided to join the early movers to Indiana. With ten wagons and nearly 50 people they crossed the Cumberland Gap for a fresh farm start.
While the local news reports had regular stories of the exploits of the four, and later five, sons of Thomas Butler, the gunsmith, there was little information about the other three Butlers, the nephews of Thomas (sons...
The year 1870 found Levi Weston fully back into his place in the community of Oak Springs in the southern Missouri Ozarks providing necessary services and as a respected member of the community.
It was hard but necessary for Levi Weston and the McDonald family to leave the Oak Creek valley. Henry and Alex stayed behind to "protect their property." They made Jefferson City without incident.
Levi Weston continued to meet a wide variety of people. Spending time with Beth Davis changed Levi's life forever. Jake Patton maneuvered Levi along with many others to satisfy his visionary approach
Jacob Weston learned the wagon building trade, married, had his first son, Levi, and moved to St. Louis, Missouri, to start a new life in a new state. Read this adventure in the continuing series.