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Nothing to Tell: Extraordinary Stories of Montana Ranch Women Paperback – May 1, 2012
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Donna Gray moved to a ranch in Montana’s Paradise Valley in the 1970s, where she became interested in the histories of neighboring ranch wives and began her search for the stories of Montana’s rural women. Linda Peavy and Ursula Smith have co-authored ten books, including Pioneer Women and Women in Waiting in the Westward Movement.
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That said - the stories told were varied, the lives shared were amazing, and I loved that each one ended with an explanation of when the interviews were done and how much longer the woman lived before her death. These women are an inspiration - to have lived, raised families, and thrived in such environments, with so little and with such amenities is amazing. I know I would have struggled mightily (actually with my health issues I'm not sure I'd have survived but that's neither here nor there). And I'm very glad, in the end, that Ms. Grey took the time to sit with this women and get them to open up and share their "nothings" because it definitely turned out to something worth reading.