Women Of The Frontier

Author: Brandon Marie Miller
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
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As white settlers gobbled up the lands of Native Americans and people of Spanish descent, the clash of cultures brought pain to many including Rachel Plummer and Cynthia Ann Parker, and spearheaded the work of Susette la Flesche and Sarah ...

Encyclopedia Of The Great Plains

Author: David J. Wishart
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
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The film must finally be judged on its ability to move us, to make us feel the hope
and despair of the homesteader and farmer in the Great Plains, in this case, the
prairie of Saskatchewan. That opening night audience in Swift Current ... of
Bagdad (1924), and The Black Pirate (1926). After the box office failure of his first
talkie, The Taming of the Shrew (1929), costarring Mary Pickford, his career
trajectory faltered, and he retired from the screen after making The Private Life of
Don Juan ...

Red River Valley Historical Review

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Land of the Coyote is the factual account of the Beine family who leave the
security of Omaha to settle on a homestead in South Dakota in 1907. (The name
of the book is derived from the state ... wild horse tamer. George's adventures
were numerous. Getting lost in a prairie blizzard, hearing ghosts in the bunk
house, and taming wild horses were only ... on a South Dakota homestead in the
early 1900's. Hyla Hope Harder Tulsa, Oklahoma the Army was making
considerable progress.

Heritage Of The Great Plains

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However, in her fictional world, Cather "is both direct and, apparently, embittered,
seeing the prairie landscape as destroying its homesteaders' spirits through its
very vastness and the loneliness it occasions."51 In O Pioneers!, the disaster that
strikes John Bergson is his loss of hope and the loss of the unlimited
opportunities that he seeks, both of which he believes exist in the western interior
. Bergson experiences many of the aspects of the waste land in the American
frontier that ...

Humanities

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university of Oklahoma, Cunningham | WEVEN }}|V|| s % : THE GEOGRAPHY OF
HOPE (1 =77-1887) '. conquest of the West was nearly complete by the 1870s. In
one remarkable decade, ... Homesteaders proudly built homes of prairie sod,
then battled drought and hard times to keep them. Pap Singleton, an ... Buffalo
Bill Cody, instead offered adoring crowds his enthusiastic version of a "Wild West
”—heroic, , glorious, romantic, and, || || y most of all, mythic. WPIN))} |I|| # ONE
SKY ...

Animals

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PRAIRIE CHICRENS FEEDING ON HOMESTEADER'S CORN PILE HORSES OF
U. S. CAVALRY FOR WHICH THE. feathers. The bird, however, does seem bald
... in anything and everything. Now I believe there's lots of “sunshine” in the song
of the wild birds. ... A homesteader friend tells me that all one winter prairie
chickens fed on his corn pile within a few feet of his house and became quite
tame though they were quite quarrelsome among themselves. He found watching
them so ...

Our Dumb Animals

Author: George Thorndike Angell
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PRAIRIE CHICKENS FEEDING ON HOMESTEADER'S CORN PILE HORSES OF
U. S. CAVALRY FOR WHICH THE MASSACHUSETTS S. feathers. The bird,
however, does seem ... in the song of the wild birds. I've been interested in them
as far back as I can remember and I've learned that for me they're about the best
dispellcrs of gloom that I can think of. When they're well taken care of, you'll find
them twittering and chirping the live-long day. But, you've got to keep them about
you.

Congressional Record

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“I guess it's just this prairie country,” Ed says. “Once you get used to it, no other
kind looks good to you.” Ed's land is part of the ... Before the Kentuckians
undertook to crop farm it, others had tried to tame this wild, intractable country,
and had retreated, licking their wounds. Cattle barons and homesteaders came
hopefully, but were driven out. ... As Ed's train pulled out, he saw his hopes for his
homestead vanish with it. Ed himself felt that in going to Greensburg he was, after
long exile, ...

Our Mccoy Family History

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The Homestead Act had been revised, the railroads had built lines into Kansas,
and settlers were pouring in from all over the eastern section of the United States,
as well as thousands were coming in from Europe to take advantage of the
homestead offer. Matter of fact, the railroads ... didn't realize that this section of
prairie country left a lot to be desired. There were no trees, very little ... These
were the days of Bat Masterson, Wild Bill Hickock and Wyatt Earp. These lawmen
became ...

North Dakota Outdoors

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What that means is to "tame” the wilderness. There were limitless acres in North
Dakota (from the individual settler's view(The Golden Rule) point) just waiting to
be occupied, thusly giving them C purpose for existence. Emigrants from all over
Europe poured into the Dakota Territory with hopes of carving out a farm or ranch
that would provide them and their families sustenance. Even as the space
became filled with homesteaders and the wild tamed, a relatively hor monious, if
not ...