Johnny Appleseed

Johnny Appleseed.

Editor's Note: This is an ongoing series which runs each Thursday morning titled the Richland Chronicles Volume 2, by author Paul Lintern. It is set in the summer of 1831 and tells the story of Richland County through the eyes of young people. This is the second in a three-book trilogy. Volume 1 was Amelia Changes Her Tune.

Isaac caught up with Wolf Paw and the old ladies just as they were starting west on Market Street, heading out of Mansfield. He was riding his new horse, a 2-year-old chestnut colored stallion he named Hickory, after President Andrew Jackson, whose nickname was “Ol' Hickory.”