5 edition of Life in prairie land found in the catalog.
Life in prairie land
Eliza W. Farnham
|Statement||by Eliza W. Farnham.|
|LC Classifications||F545 .F23|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||408 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||408|
|LC Control Number||04007009|
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Only Indians lived there,” in her work “Little House on the Prairie.” Librarians, publishers and booksellers, Diaz said, “need to stop talking about diversity and start decolonizing. These early settlers soon discovered that prairie land, although requiring some adjustments, was some of the richest land to be found anywhere in the world. Moreover, by the late s, most of the state had been settled and the isolation and loneliness associated with pioneer living had quickly vanished.
Chronologically The Prairie is the fifth and final installment of the Leatherstocking Tales, though it was published before The Pathfinder () and The Deerslayer (). It depicts Natty in the final year of his life still proving helpful to people in distress on the American : James Fenimore Cooper. Life on the Prairie. The homesteaders faced many challenges. Everything about the prairie was extreme. The land was flat and treeless and the sky seemed to go on forever. On a tall-grass prairie, the grass sometimes grew to be more than 6 feet tall. It is said that riders on horseback could pick wildflowers without dismounting.
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Also presidential and historic autographs, pre maps, and unusual works on paper including ephemera, select original watercolors, prints and the occasional oil painting. Offers an account of everyday life in early Illinois. This title presents a complex portrait of the midwestern wilderness during the s.
It includes descriptions of the author's encounters with early settlers and Native Americans, the flora and fauna that surrounded her, and the developing towns she passed through in her travels.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Farnham, Eliza W. (Eliza Wood), Life in prairie land. New York: Harper & Bros., (OCoLC) The author's odyssey through the austere yet beautiful shortgrass prairie offers stories of connection to the land.
Part nature lore, part history, part meditation, this narrative reveals an intricately woven landscape of wildlife, plants, and : Eliza Wood Farnham.
O Pioneers. quizzes about important details and events in every section of the book. "the great fact" of prairie life, she writes in the first chapter, "was the land itself." She imbues the prairie with a vast inescapability and an undeniable power over those who attempt to exert their will upon it; the land itself is what matters, not the.
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Life in Prairie Land is a complex portrait of the midwestern wilderness during the s--beautiful and ugly, beneficent and threatening. Farnham's vivid recreation of her experiences on the Illinois frontier offers a realistic depiction of the harsh pioneer lifestyle as well as a romantic view of an Edenic landscape."Life in Prairie Land" includes descriptions of Farnham's encounters with early settlers and Native Americans, her eye-opening experiences with birth and death, the flora and fauna that surrounded her, and the developing towns 4/5(3).
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