Letters of a Woman Homesteader

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Publishers' Note ix
  • Contents xi
  • Letters of a Woman Homesteader 3
  • II - Filing a Claim 7
  • III - A Busy, Happy Summer 15
  • IV - A Charming Adventure and Zebulon Pike 23
  • V - Sedalia and Regalia 45
  • VI - A Thanksgiving-Day Wedding 54
  • VII - Zebulon Pike Visits His Old Home 60
  • VIII - A Happy Christmas 64
  • IX - A Confession 77
  • X - The Story of Cora Belle 81
  • XI - Zebbie's Story 100
  • XII - A Contented Couple 117
  • XIII - Proving Up 133
  • XIV - The New House 137
  • XV - The "Stocking-Leg" Dinner 143
  • XVI - The Horse-Thieves 157
  • XVII - At Gavotte's Camp 180
  • XVIII - The Homesteader's Marriage and a Little Funeral 184
  • XIX - The Adventure of the Christmas Tree 193
  • XX - The Joys of Homesteading 213
  • XXI - A Letter of Jerrine's 218
  • XXII - The Efficient Mrs. O'shaughnessy 220
  • XXIII - How It Happened 225
  • XXIV - A Little Romance 230
  • XXV - Among the Mormons 256
  • XXVI - Success 279
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