Riding the white horse home: a western family album

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Pantheon Books, Apr 6, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 219 pages
12 Reviews
The author of Cowgirls: Women of the American West limns a portrait of three generations of women--her mother, grandmother, and great aunts--in the rural West, their links to the family's Wyoming ranch, and the loss of their rural lifestyle. 10,000 first printing. Tour.

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Review: Riding the White Horse Home: A Western Family Album

User Review  - Jeanette - Goodreads

Wonderful sense of place intertwined with a family history that was just sublime. No perfect people but strength beyond reckoning. All told by the daughter of these generations who have ranched in SE ... Read full review

Review: Riding the White Horse Home: A Western Family Album

User Review  - Holly Weiss - Goodreads

The trials and losses of 4 generations homesteading in Wyoming is told through the eyes of the great granddaughter. The book was heartfelt, but I felt the narrative was a bit jumbled. It was a helpful study of a memoir structured to focus on different people. Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Teresa Jordan is an editor of two anthologies of western women's writing. She has been a regular contributor to The Savvy Traveler and other public radio shows, introducing a large audience to the land, culture and folklife of the American West.

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