After dropping out of school at age 16, Daniel R. Davidson became a farmer, but also took great interest in the promotion of railroad enterprises in this area. He used his influence and also a great portion of his time to the building of the Pittsburgh and Connellsville Railroad; and it is doubted by many whether that road would have been completed to Connellsville but for the energy which is displayed and the influence which he brought to bear in its aid. This book is a historical novel based on his life as heard by his great-great granddaughter, Diane Morgan. soft cover 156 pgs

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