Patty Reed's Doll: The Story of the Donner Party

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Tomato Enterprises, Aug 1, 1989 - Juvenile Fiction - 143 pages
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A wooden doll recalls the hope with which a group of pioneers begins their journey and the ordeals they face as they travel from Springfield, Illinois, to California.

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Review: Patty Reed's Doll: The Story of the Donner Party

User Review  - Jennifer Mcfarlane - Goodreads

We got to see Patty Reed's doll at Sutter's Fort in Sacramento. This is an interesting historical fiction read which doesn't go into the gory details of the Donner Party disaster. Read full review

Review: Patty Reed's Doll: The Story of the Donner Party

User Review  - Suzanne - Goodreads

This book was written as part of a master's project. The tale of the ill-fated Donner party is told through the eyes of a little wooden doll that traveled in the pocket of the dress worn by party ... Read full review

Contents

SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS 1846
9
THE FIRST NIGHT OUT
23
FROM SPRINGFIELD TO INDEPENDENCE
27
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Laurgarrd taught English at Sacramento State College (now California State University at Sacramento). She is now retired.

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