Told with vivid gusto by a young, fiercely determined widow, this towering classic of American frontier life paints a candid portrait of her work, travels, neighbors, and harsh existence on a Wyoming ranch in the early 1900s.
Letters of a Woman Homesteader
presents an outstanding first-person account of life on the American
frontier. Elinore Pruitt Stewart took up homesteading in Burnt Fork,
Wyoming, in 1909, to prove that a woman could ranch. Her captivating
letters, sent to a former employer in Denver, reveal the isolation, the
beauty, and the joy of working the prairie.
The basis for the acclaimed movie Heartland, this charming
chronicle is part of our vanished past. Stewart’s courage and her
delight in the world around her cannot fail to capture the hearts of her
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