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The Westward Wagon Train by Bob A. Jackson

The Westward Wagon Train

by Bob A. Jackson

Pages: 64

Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.5

Category
  • HISTORY - United States - 19th Century
  • RELIGION - Biblical Commentary - General
  • PHILOSOPHY - Ethics & Moral Philosophy

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781498472944

Price : $9.99

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It was the year of 1849, the Clark family decides to head west to California in search of claiming their good fortune. The trip goes mostly uneventfully until they get to the Colorado Rocky Mountain’s Continental Divide. It is there they are approached and given the unique opportunity to live in two different future years of their lives together. After they have chosen their two years, they are then given another opportunity to go back and start living their lives in that year. Comparisons and discussions between those two years are developed in the story. The reader will see just how much in our American society as changed between the times of those two years. The story ends with a total surprise that even the Clark’s couldn’t believe what they chose to do.


Bob A. Jackson was born on April 2, 1948 in Clinton, Oklahoma. His family moved to Borger, TX. in 1950. He lived there for twenty years. It was a great time in our history when our nation was in no wars, jobs were plentiful, and families were growing by leaps and bounds.
Bob’s educational experiences included: Borger H.S. graduation-1966, Frank Phillips College-Borger A.A. degree-1968, West Texas A&M University-Canyon, TX.-B.S. Industrial Technology Education degree-1970, Texas A&M University-Commerce, TX. M.S. Guidance and Counseling degree-1975.
He became a License Professional Counselor in May 1982. This allowed him to open a part-time private practice counseling office specializing in career, adolescent, and drug related counseling. 
On December 30, 1970, he married Gwen Cargo. They just celebrated forty-five years of marriage. They have two grown children Samuel and Sara.
Bob taught “at-risk” students for three years in Pampa, Texas.
He was a high school counselor for twenty-seven years in Plano, TX.
They have lived in Plano for forty-one years. 

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