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Originally compiled in 1860, this collection captures the pioneer experience through the lens of the women who lived it. Featuring first-hand accounts from the French & Indian War through the 1850s, this work captures the harsh realities and challenges faced by early settlers. Written from the settler perspective, it also captures their perspective on their encounters with the Native American people they pushed off the land.
|Title: Daring Deeds of Pioneer Women|
By: John Frost
Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Dover Publications
Publication Date: 2020
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Stock No: WW845487
In keeping with its dramatic tone, this book was originally titled Daring and Heroic Deeds of American Women, Comprising Thrilling Examples of Courage, Fortitude, Devotedness, and Self-Sacrifice, Among the Pioneer Mothers of the Western County. Chapters include "The War-Woman Creek," "A Heroine without a Name," "The Captivity of Jane Brown and Her Family," "Wonderful Fortitude of Female Emigrants," and many other stirring tales. This new edition features five engravings from the original publication.
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