Do you love a good story? Ever wondered what it was like for your ancestors as they homesteaded in the western United States? Reading the original letters of Elinore Pruitt Stewart, you get both - the stories from the viewpoint of a homesteader. The Atlantic Monthly first published Elinore's letters in 1914, then Houghton Mifflin published them as the book titled Letters of a Woman Homesteader. The complete book has been digitized and is available on Internet Archive. Elinore Pruitt was born in Indian Territory on 3 June 1876, now Garvin County, Oklahoma. Elinore and her siblings were orphaned when she was...
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