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The Prairie in Her Eyes: The Breaking and Making of a Dakota Rancher

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Synopsis:

Ann Daum's earthy and elegant memoir begins in the present then moves into the past, as Daum tells her story as an independent rancher raising sport horses on what's left of a 30,000-acre spread. In 16 essays, she writes about the connection to land, family, and animals that is so much a part of everyday life in the West, and tells why she chose to stay in a place that is not for the weak or fearful.

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ISBN:
9781571312556
Subtitle:
The Breaking and Making of a Dakota Rancher
Author:
Daum, Ann
Publisher:
Milkweed Editions
Location:
Minneapolis, Minn.
Subject:
Animals
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Landscape
Subject:
South dakota
Subject:
Prairies
Subject:
Natural history
Subject:
Ranch life
Subject:
Regional Subjects - Midwest
Subject:
Women ranchers
Subject:
White River Region
Edition Number:
1st ed.
Series Volume:
no. 105-330
Publication Date:
June 2001
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
220
Dimensions:
8.75x5.75x.85 in. .96 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Ann Daum's earthy and elegant memoir begins in the present then moves into the past, as Daum tells her story as an independent rancher raising sport horses on what's left of a 30,000-acre spread. In 16 essays, she writes about the connection to land, family, and animals that is so much a part of everyday life in the West, and tells why she chose to stay in a place that is not for the weak or fearful.
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