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Harper & brothers, 1929 - Fiction - 468 pages
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Relates the story of Norwegian pioneers who make the long trek from a fishing village in Norway through Canada to Spring Creek, in Dakota Territory in the latter part of the 19th century. For Per Hansa's wife Beret, the difficulties become unbearable. This "saga of the prairie" deals with timeless themes of immigration, fear and loneliness, myth, and religion.

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5 ★ 1873–1881 (our time line) " Homestead Act of 1862 provided the major catalyst for the settling of the American West. The United States government encouraged the country's westward expansion by ... Read full review

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Read for college, don't remember having any particular opinion. And the thing is, I was an adult returning student. Goodness knows what the innocent 18 year-olds thought of it. Granted it was for an ... Read full review

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toward the sunset
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homefounding
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