Letters of a Woman Homesteader - Chapters XIX-XXII, The Adventure of the Christmas Tree, The Joys of Homesteading, A Letter of Jerrine's, The Efficient Mrs. O'Shaughnessy Summary & Analysis

Elinore Pruitt Stewart
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Letter 19 leaves Elinore's home on January 6th, 1913. This letter tells the story of her happy Christmas and deer hunt. Mr. Stewart and Junior went to Boulder for the winter. So Elinore's neighbors decided to greet her on December 21st, including Mrs. Louderer and Mrs. O'Shaughnessy. They decided to prepare a Christmas feast. Gavotte came by as well. He suggested that he and the women go deer hunting. They had to climb half-way up a snow-covered mountain for the hunt. That night, Gavotte heard a noise and discovered a nearby family, and Mrs. O'Shaughnessy and Elinore followed Gavotte to help them.

A woman was wailing at the cabin...

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