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by William Worthington Fowler

ePub Woman on the American Frontier download
Author:
William Worthington Fowler
ISBN13:
978-0810337022
ISBN:
0810337029
Language:
Publisher:
Gale / Cengage Learning (June 1, 1974)
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Subcategory:
Arts & Literature
ePub file:
1895 kb
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1396 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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175

Woman on the American Fr. .has been added to your Cart. I could not put this book down! This book is comprised of true stories about strong, heroic and brave women, who were very much the backbone of the family

Woman on the American Fr. I could not put this book down! This book is comprised of true stories about strong, heroic and brave women, who were very much the backbone of the family. Modern day women who are considered strong and heroic couldn't hold a candle to these Pioneer women. Reading about women who saw terrible things that we cannot even imagine seeing, and yet they were able to move past these horrible ordeals shows how incredibly strong they were.

Many books describe the role of men during American history. This book is full of mini-biographies of women in many places, and many ages- each chapter telling about a different subject. However, at the same time, women did much: comforted, fought, helped, raised children, and much more. Summary by Stav Nisser). This is a Librivox recording.

LibriVox recording of Woman on the American Frontier, by William Worthington Fowler. Read by Bridget Gaige. Many books describe the role of men during American history.

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WOMAN AS A MISSIONARY TO THE INDIANS, The Heroine and Martyr among the Heathen. The Guardians of the Pennsylvania Frontier. Prayer-meetings and Massacres. Mrs. Eliot and her Tawny Protegés. Five Thousand Praying Indians. Some of the girls could not help betraying symptoms of terror ; but the married women, in general, moved with a steadiness and composure that completely deceived the Indians. Not a shot was fired. Not a shot was fired ‎

  • I started out liking the book. The author told about the women and their lives and what they did to survive the frontier. But it was all very similar in the way it was written. He would tell a little about life wherever on the frontier and then tell about Mrs. So-in-So and what she went through living there, as an example. And the whole book went on like that. After a while I got tired of reading similar writing. I ended up not find it very exciting and never finished the book.

    On the positive side, there were lots and lots of incidences that were cited and I'm sure alot of research was done to create all the examples.

    If you want to read about the women on the frontier with examples of various women and situations, this would be a great book

  • I could not put this book down! This book is comprised of true stories about strong, heroic and brave women, who were very much the backbone of the family.
    Modern day women who are considered strong and heroic couldn't hold a candle to these Pioneer women. The hardships and trials they went through are stunning, and yet these women endured and thrived despite them.
    Reading about women who saw terrible things that we cannot even imagine seeing, and yet they were able to move past these horrible ordeals shows how incredibly strong they were. So many of these stories were heart wrenching, yet the courage and strength of these women was amazing.
    There are some typos, yet this book was very well written, and a wonderful homage to these women who truly shaped America into what it is today.

  • @51yrs old I thought I knew a lot. This book was so interesting to read. I would stop and tell my husband about an event mentioned in the book. I used it to teach our granddaughter of the hard labors women went through to help make America what it is. The stories made it so easy for her to understand how good she has it today because of the trials and tribulations of othe women.
    very good read.

  • This book was a wealth of knowledge and information about my families and history! I definitely would recommend this book to many other history buffs seeking knowledge...

  • WONDERFULLY informative. The only question I was left with was what year the book was published. The writing in it was done so well I know it must be an old title.

  • I just enjoyed reading about the struggles and challenges these families had as the moved across the country. I would recommend it .

  • Enjoyable read. Amazing what woman and their families endured to settle the Western USA. I doubt whether the modern woman could or would endure the same.

  • I'm sure I would have made a terrible pioneer homesteader! The things this woman faced on her own is mind-boggling. An enjoyable read.