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Letters of a Woman Homesteader Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter XIII-XV, Proving Up, The New House, The Summary

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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Chapter XIII-XV, Proving Up, The New House, The Summary and Analysis

On October 14th, 1911, the next letter went out. Elinore has been rushed, as the thresher crew came to stay for two days. Clyde and his men have taken the thresher up the valley so Elinore and the children are alone. Elinore notes that she will have to wait two more years to get a deed for her land but she will get her homestead after all. She is still entitled to one hundred and sixty acres more. She notes that she would have never married Clyde had he not promised to help her meet her land difficulties. She is determined to succeed, just as other women have. Elinore also finds that Jerrine is quite analytical and perhaps born for the law. Zebbie's family had come to take him back to Yell...

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