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This was so much more interesting than I thought it was going to be!Published 3 days ago by Sharon Henry
It was a good book, sometimes hard to understand what she was saying, but that was all in the context of the story. It was a good adventure.Published 4 days ago by Claudia Warren
The story moved very slow. Nothing out of the ordinary ever happened. There really was no plot, either....the story (letters) went from here to there.Published 5 days ago by Sandyfig
Elinore Pruitt Rupert Stewart's letters paint a vivid picture of early twentieth-century life on the frontier, the struggles faced by women pioneers and the daily life of a... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Fruit Loop
I loved the spirit of this woman, didn't like picking one descriptor and some don't really describe accurately. Very enjoyable!Published 20 days ago by J. T
This is a fantastic first person account of life on the frontier. It is a quick read and well worth it.Published 24 days ago by NH
Excellent! My sister and I really enjoyed reading these letters together. They give the reader a sense of what it must have been like to live and try to survive during that time... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Sabra Beahn
A unique and interesting insight into the life of women homesteading out on the prairie. A good read.Published 26 days ago by Alyeska NC