Prairie Flowers for a Pioneer Bride: Our Sod House Often Rang with Laughter. It Stood on the Plains Covered with Tall Grass as Far as the Eye Could See, Where Not Long Before Tribes and Great Herds of Buffalo Roamed.
The author grew up on a claim on the Nebraska frontier. She writes with affection about farm life, pioneer cooking, Sunday picnics, her heartbreak at losing her brother in World War I, the Dust Bowl days and a destructive tornado. Most important, the book is full of humorous and joyous events.
- Electronic book text
- 08 Sep 2011
- Morrisville, NC, United States