by Ron Dale



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/9/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781728346755
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781728346779
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 264
ISBN : 9781728346762

About the Book

Zaca Creek is a fictional story about your family. Your ancestors either walked to America from Arctic Europe or migrated to America after 1492 explorers. Every person in the Western Hemisphere is an immigrant from Europe, Africa, or Asia . Zaca Creek is a story about American families. Your ancestors were a vital participant in American culture and history. Our knowledge of history is limited because science and facts are relatively new in the last five hundred years. Enjoy the journey from stone-age people to modern men and women using their enormous wealth and wisdom to help make the future a better place to live. No other person has ever existed exactly like you. Will you defend this democratic republic with the liberty to pursue life for your family? We are joined in God’s grand plan of living together. We live in a world of myths and reality.

About the Author

The Zaca Creek author is a common man that grew up on a Midwest farm in Indiana. After University, he was an educator and coach of young people aspiring to find their way into a life of independence as productive citizens. After moving to California during a recession with limited professional opportunities, he created a family business of design and build. The experiences with government and economics were the fertile ground for the stories told in this fictional Zaca Creek novel. California is a diverse culture of industrious, creative people. The shores and harbors of the Channel Islands near Santa Barbara inspired this story of the Chinese invasion escaping the 13TH Century hordes of Genghis Khan that blended into magnificent Chumash Nation. He has five sons that share DNA from Mom and Dad. Observing the patterns of each son with ancestral influence led to an interest in family ancestry.