Buffalo Coat: A Novel

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Macmillan, 1944 - City and town life - 421 pages
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Doc Hawkins, his wife and the people of Opportunity make a life for themselves in the Idaho frontier.

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User Review  - Barb Flory - Goodreads

I got this very old book from a garage sale across the street. It was a charming and yet tragic story of a small town in Idaho when the west was settled. Mrs. Brink also wrote children's literature and won the Newberry Award in 1935 for her book "Caddie Woodlawn." Read full review

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User Review  - Kea - Goodreads

It is so fun to get engrossed in a great story made more fascinating by its historical nature. I found myself wanting to walk downtown and see the buildings as they must have looked then, wishing ... Read full review

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