There are still frontiers, and this is a story of modern pioneering, in a record of ingenuity and resourcefulness of a...

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STUMP RANCH PIONEER

There are still frontiers, and this is a story of modern pioneering, in a record of ingenuity and resourcefulness of a Colorado family in northern Idaho's panhandle. Driven from their prairie ranch and dreams by the dust years, the author, her husband, son and adopted daughter buy a 40-acre timberland with a house on it and clear the land, make a home, and retain their independence in good pioneer tradition. This is the story of living on the land, raising goats, learning about timber, fires, 4-H work for the children, community activities -- a five year span of life in the round. Good.

Pub Date: Sept. 9, 1942

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Dodd, Mead

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1, 1942