A Mountain Woman
Elia Wilkinson Peattie was a prolific fiction writer who detailed her experiences as a woman in the West in dozens of essays, short stories, and novels. In "A Mountain Woman," Peattie gives us the entertaining tale of a sophisticated New York City architect who marries a rustic but eminently practical woman from the mountains of Colorado and brings her back to the East to mingle with high society.
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