What a great story of amazing women and their bold spirit to action and to silence.
This accounts for there not being enough facts to make this story interesting, in turn making the whole book seemed as if it were based on speculation.
For anyone who loves to read and is interested in Women's history, this book is for you!
Clear and factual writing. Nothing better than real life for a good story.Published 13 days ago by Pat
This story was truly inspiring and unforgettable. It is the true story of a mother and daughter, Norwegian immigrants, who, in 1896, walked from a village near Spokane, WA. Read morePublished 2 months ago by ml
This book was one I did not want to put down - I read a lot of series books and was very pleased with this one.Published 2 months ago by Hawk Lessard
I am a firm believer that buried in every family is a story. Some stories are heroic, some are tragic, some tell of great loves, others of great losses. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jesi Lea Ryan
Too many questions linger, and a more honest author would have addressed them: If they bought the farm with cash, for what did they go into debt? Read morePublished 6 months ago by L.C. Brown
She was a tough woman. It is good to read what women use to be like in earlier days and the trials they faced.
Pleased with the seller too.
Well researched story of 19th century America. A glimpse into life of women during a time of change. Read morePublished 7 months ago by bill jeffries
Ummm Hello?? didn't Jane Kirkpatrick already write this story? I don't ready stories written twice. Try something new next time..Published 8 months ago by Donna Kooistra