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The diaries presented were all negative. There were over half a million emigrants. Some must have found it exciting.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not too bad, but almost all the material in this book had already been covered in the Covered Wagon Women series as well as Catharine Sager's biography. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Katitude
If you like lots of history, this book is for you. Kind of repetitive. I prefer fiction or historical fiction.Published 6 months ago by The phantom
Sounds crazy, but I always re-read this book when it seems like the going is tough at work or parenting. It helps you keep perspective on what tough really is.....Published 11 months ago by 2dogz
The women gave a truer understanding of what their lives were like more than any journals written by men. Read morePublished 13 months ago by delayne parks
I enjoyed reading these diaries of ordinary women enduring extraordinary challenges on the westward journey.Published 15 months ago by Marilyn