Used – Women’s Voices from the Western Frontier



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Condition: Good – 322 Pages

Women’s Voices from the Western Frontier is a collection of excerpts from letters and interviews obtained from the brave women who crossed the vast plains and mountains or came by sailing ships to settle in the western United States. It includes all women: White, Indian, Black or Asian – all their roads came together. Enhanced with numerous pictures and drawings.

Topics include the following:

  • A Wagon Full of Hope: Women’s Dreams
  • Oh Women Remember – Women Who Were There First
  • Strong-Hearted Indian Women
  • Westward I Go Free?
  • Women Who Were Free
  • Whiskey, Oysters and Wild Wimmin: The Carnival Frontier
  • Sporting Women
  • Over There: The Search for Home
  • Stories Entwined: Weaving and Quilting the Fabric of Home
  • The Hush Was So Loud: Frontier Dangers and Delights
  • Tea, True Womanhood, and Uppity Women
  • Is Western Romance an Oxymoron?
  • To Everything There is a Season: Rituals and Celebrations

Printed in 1995 – 322 pages – Soft bound. Condition: Good.


Author – Susan G Butruille

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