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Letters of a Woman Homesteader Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters I-III: The Arrival at Burnt Fork, Filing a Claim, A Busy, Happy Summer Summary

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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Chapters I-III: The Arrival at Burnt Fork, Filing a Claim, A Busy, Happy Summer Summary and Analysis

Letters of a Woman Homesteader is a series of letters written by one Elinore Rupert about her homesteading adventures in the American West. The first letter tells of her arrival at Burnt Fork, Wyoming on April 18th, 1909, written to a Mrs. Coney, a woman who she once worked for as a washlady. Elinore maintains that she is not lost but rather close to the Forest Reserve of Utah. She had a strange trip, which included one day on a train and two days on a stage coach. The first stagecoach was driven by a Mormon. Elinore did not care for Mormons, but the driver was a handsome man and so Elinore did not mind when he wanted to make...

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