Sod and stubble: the story of a Kansas homestead

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Wilson-Erickson, incorporated, 1936 - History - 326 pages
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Describes the life of a young woman who married at age seventeen and moved to a homestead on the wind-swept plains of Kansas and reared eleven of her twelve children.

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User Review  - Roger - Goodreads

I am ambivalent about giving this book such a low rating. John Ise labored to collect the stories of Henry and Rosie Ise's life on the western Kansas plains. Rosie moved onto Henry's first homestead ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennie - Goodreads

If you want a picture of what daily life was like in late 19th-century Kansas and how these particular people felt about it, this is an excellent choice. Also good if you're feeling bad about how hard your life is. Read full review

Contents

The New Homestead i
1
The Neighbors
10
The First Months in the Log Cabin
17
Copyright

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