Pioneer women: voices from the Kansas frontier
A collection of firsthand accounts by pioneer women portrays the hardiness, perseverance, devotion, and ingenuity they displayed in the face of a lonely, dangerous, and exciting life.
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Abilene Anna Anna Brewster autobiography autobiography autobiography autobiography unknown baby baked became brother brought Brown buffalo C. C. Brown cabin camp Carrie Catherine cattle church clothes corn Cottonwood Falls County county seat cowboys Creek crops dance door dress dugout early Elizabeth Ellis County EMIGTATITN Emma EUEE farm father fire Fred Brown Free-State friends frontier George girls grass grasshoppers Harriet Adams Hays herds homestead horses husband Indians Jane John Kansas Kansas Pacific Railroad land Lilla Day Monroe lived Lucy Stone Margaret Martha Mary miles Minnie morning mother neighbors never night organized Osawatomie pioneer women plains prairie railroad recalled remember river saloons Sarah settlers snow soon stove SUBECT suffrage Texas Texas longhorns things took Topeka town trail tree unknown unknown wagon wild William wind woman wood wrote young