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Wild adventurers they were, forayers and destroyers from the far lands beyond the Sea of Bering, who blasted the new and unknown world with fire and sword and clutched greedily for its wealth of fur and hide.
As forayers adjust to deep fungal time, she observes that some barely make it out the car park (p.
In the first of these legends, our Loyalist heroine is described as "a young woman of the neighbourhood" of Ninety Six, a pioneer's daughter who fell in love with a British officer of "Star Fort." A later novel, perhaps William Gillmore Simm's 1855 book, The Forayers. is credited with naming her Kate Fowler.