Letters of a Woman Homesteader - Chapters VII-IX: Zebulon Pike visits his Old Home, A Happy Christmas, A Confession Summary & Analysis

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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Chapter VII opens on December 28th, 1909. Elinore reports that after Thanksgiving she sent a letter to Zebulon's sister, Mrs. Carter, asking her to write him. Widows living in Zebulon's old home wrote a complete record of the years "Zebbie" had been missing. When some local boys brought Zebulon over to Elinore's farm, he was incredibly excited and homesick. He became eager to visit home, so they found an old, homeless Frenchman named Gavotte to watch his place. One of the boys helped him get to Little Rock. Elinore remarks that she is exceptionally lucky in meeting great people and having good experiences.

Chapter VIII reports on Christmas. The ex-sheriff of the county was snowed in with them. The sheriff had been...

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