Nothing to Do But Stay: My Pioneer Mother
This daughter's loving tribute to her pioneer mother tells of a real heroine who traveled by herself to North Dakota in 1904, to stake a lonely claim and start a farm on 160 empty acres before she married and began her family. Photos.
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ONE The Education of a Family 1
TWO The Seedling Years
THREE Prairie Cook
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