GALEWOOD CROSSING by Alta Halverson Seymour

GALEWOOD CROSSING

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Good regional and background material of early Wisconsin, in a full and authentic story of life in a new settlement in a wild country early in the 19th century. The Galewoods left a comforable home in Ohio for western adventure; they encountered storms, hostile and friendly Indians, strange neighbors, and competition from a mad inventor on a cherished plan for a mill site. Tildy, the young beroine, and her lonely friend, Twanet, will appeal to readers in the early teens.

Publisher: Westminster Press