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First, amazingly, there is no such thing as a mother ox or a baby ox.
Second, in 1851 there was no traditional Thanksgiving celebration in late November. Read more
I enjoyed the story, maybe because my great-granddaughter is named Amelia but mostly because I thought it was well written and kept me interest from the beginning to the end. Read morePublished 4 months ago by S. L. R
This was a very touching story about life for a woman on the wagon train and her determination to make it on her own.Published 5 months ago by hylander
I liked this adventure story. Certainly women in the day of this book did more than most women would want to undertake today. The book was well-written and is enjoyable reading.Published 5 months ago by Happy Mother-in-law
We need to know what our ancestors faced .so much truth in this book of what folks really lived through. Read morePublished 6 months ago by joy2u
This is a great book and easy to read for all ages. A great story of a woman traveling by wagon train alone with a small baby. I couldn't put the book down.Published 6 months ago by Kay Cross