First Dawn by Judith Miller -- the first in the Freedom's Path series; this book starts with a group of "coloreds" from Kentucky heading towards Nicodemus, Kansas, which hopes to be the first black settlement in the west. Unfortunately, Nicodemus isn't the small town they were promised, but just a prairie with no shelter. What will the people do to survive in this unfamiliar territory?
A Life Intercepted by Charles Martin -- I think some people would not enjoy all the football this book contains, but I really enjoyed the story, and didn't mind all the football talk. Such a decent book, too!A Heart Most Worthy by Siri Mitchell -- Three young Italian immigrants work together in a dress shop in Boston. The stories of Julietta, Annamaria, and Luciana. A nice book; I'd read more from this author.
An Uncertain Dream by Judith Miller -- book three in Postcards from Pullman series; This was probably my least favorite book in this trilogy. I just started getting bored with the subject of unions, and capitalists, but I wanted to finish the story of Olivia and Charlotte, and the strike and boycott of Pullman train cars.