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very interesting story of Jewish woman in midwest taking care of her family and all the hardships.Published 1 month ago by Melna
such an interesting story. Love hearing about how other people live.Published 6 months ago by HES4323
wonderful account of survival inside our own cold midwest with grand struggles and some few smilesPublished 8 months ago by 80th aero squadron
This is a remarkable story. It is exceptionally well-written. I especially like its directness and clarity.Published 11 months ago by Margaret A. Miller
As the administrator of a small Jewish Homesteader's Cemetery in Ashley, ND, I really enjoyed reading about Rachel's life. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Stuart Kaufman
This is a very interesting book about life on the American plains in the early 1900's. The show Little House on the Prairie doesn' t give you the real picture. Read morePublished 16 months ago by See Sea
It is a great read. The author's style of writing brings you right into the story. Thus one feels the pain and difficulty of early settlers in Northern North Dakota.Published 16 months ago by lmb