Letters of a Woman Homesteader - Chapters IV-VI: A Charming Adventure and Zebulon Pike, Sedalia and Regalia, A Thanksgiving-Day Wedding Summary & Analysis

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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The fourth letter is completed on September 28th, 1909. Some women invited Elinore to go on a foraging expedition, but Mr. Stewart said she was needed on the farm. But after the men left for a round-up, she felt that she had to go somewhere, so she saddled up Jerrine for a camp out. The trip went well at first; they had good luck with food. Elinore was confronted with the beauty of nature which made her feel that all action but that which reunites us with God is pointless. On the third day, Elinore and Jerrine awoke to find a snowstorm coming. They had to get home, though Elinore was prepared to hunt if she could not get back...

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