Synopses & Reviews
This tale of two sisters courageously homesteading on the prairie in 1907 provides a lively portrait of frontier life.
"Interesting in its spirit and atmosphere, and it is told simply and well. . . This is an unusual record, well worth reading."--New York Times Book Review
"Mrs. Kohl has told this story of South Dakota with a simplicity, a directness, and an understanding of its quietly heroic element which make her book an appealing as well as a significant contribution to the latter-day history of the pioneers."-Saturday Review
A fascinating memoir of homesteading in South Dakota in the early twentieth century.