Homesteaders Hopes

Author: Larry Opseth
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Many of my family and friends will recognize some of the people, places, and stories in this novel even though I have changed the names and places to protect their privacy.

Women Of The Frontier

Author: Brandon Marie Miller
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
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As white settlers gobbled up the lands of Native Americans and people of Spanish descent, the clash of cultures brought pain to many including Rachel Plummer and Cynthia Ann Parker, and spearheaded the work of Susette la Flesche and Sarah ...

Red River Valley Historical Review

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Life was hard for all Dakota homesteaders but for the Beine family, settling in a
new land was especially dificult. Led by a father who ... Getting lost in a prairie
blizzard, hearing ghosts in the bunk house, and taming wild horses were only ...
Hyla Hope Harder Tulsa, Oklahoma the Army was making considerable progress
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Encyclopedia Of The Great Plains

Author: David J. Wishart
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We know the drought eats money as well as hope, but there's no boom-bust to
accompany it. ... us feel the hope and despair of the homesteader and farmer in
the Great Plains, in this case, the prairie of Saskatchewan. ... After the box office
failure of his first talkie, The Taming of the Shrew (1929), costarring Mary Pickford
, his career ... And in Wild and Woolly (1917) and Knickerbocker Buckaroo (1919)
he erases altogether the boundaries that separate the cowboy from the clubman.

Congressional Record

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“I guess it's just this prairie country,” Ed says. ... Before the Kentuckians undertook
to crop farm it, others had tried to tame this wild, intractable country, and had ... As
Ed's train pulled out, he saw his hopes for his homestead vanish with it.

Heritage Of The Great Plains

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However, in her fictional world, Cather "is both direct and, apparently, embittered,
seeing the prairie landscape as destroying its homesteaders' spirits through its ...
51 In O Pioneers!, the disaster that strikes John Bergson is his loss of hope and
the loss of the unlimited opportunities that he ... the eleven years on the Nebraska
Divide, has "made but little impression upon the wild land he had come to tame.

Humanities

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university of Oklahoma, Cunningham | WEVEN }}|V|| s % : THE GEOGRAPHY OF
HOPE (1 =77-1887) '. conquest of ... Homesteaders proudly built homes of prairie
sod, then battled drought and hard times to keep them. ... And as Americans tried
to "tame" the West, the nation's greatest ... instead offered adoring crowds his
enthusiastic version of a "Wild West”—heroic, , glorious, romantic, and, || || y most
 ...

Our Mccoy Family History

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HOMESTEADING IN THE "UNPROMISED" LAND The 1880 Census Eagle
Township, Richland County, Wisconsin June 15,. As I recall their stories, ... didn't
realize that this section of prairie country left a lot to be desired. There were no
trees, ...

Literature And Its Times Growth Of Empires To The Great Depression 1890 1930s

Author: Joyce Moss
Publisher: Gale Cengage
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The immigrant status of most homesteaders served as a boost for women
challenging predefined roles. ... with her brother and accompanies them back to
their homestead from town — a long wagon ride out into the barren prairie. ...
choosing a spot that overlooked Norway Creek to stake his claim under the
Homestead Act. A Swedish immigrant, John hoped to make ... Though the land
was wild and inhospitable, John believed that one day it would be transformed
into valuable, fertile ...

Animals

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PRAIRIE CHICRENS FEEDING ON HOMESTEADER'S CORN PILE HORSES OF
U. S. CAVALRY FOR WHICH THE ... Suet or fat constitutes the tempting morsel
which coaxes the wild birds about your home. ... A homesteader friend tells me
that all one winter prairie chickens fed on his corn pile within a few feet of his
house and became quite tame though they ... IN my belief the best hope for
lasting peace, the chief promise of security for the rights and freedom of little
countries, the ...