PIONEER GIRL: The Early Life of Frances Willard by Clara I. Judson

PIONEER GIRL: The Early Life of Frances Willard

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The first of a series of books about the life of Frances Willard. At the age of seven she drove with her pioneering family from Ohio to Wisconsin in 1846. Even as a child, the young Frances broke precedents -- demanded to be called Frank, demanded schooling, proved she should be allowed to ride a horse by riding a cow and at eighteen won her father's respect by announcing that from then on she would make her own decisions. These early years are told in story form and Frances might have been any little pioneer girl. Well done.

Pub Date: Feb. 8th, 1939
Publisher: Rand, McNally