Synopses & Reviews
Complete with its original N.C. Wyeth illustrations is this outstanding first-person chronicle of life on the American frontier.
"Warmly delightful, vigorously affirmative,"
"Full of the tang of the prairies and of a delightful personality." The New York Times
"Warmly delightful, vigorously affirmative," The Wall Street Journal
"Peopled with the kinds of characters most novelists only dream of"(Christian Science Monitor), this classic account of American frontier living captures the rambunctious spirit of a pioneer who set out in 1909 to prove that a woman could ranch. Stewart's captivating missives from her homestead in Wyoming bring to full life the beauty, isolation, and joys of working the prairie.
About the Author
Elinore Pruitt Stewart was born in 1878. Letters of a Woman Homesteader, first published in 1914, inspired the critically acclaimed movie Heartland.