The Stump Farm: A Chronicle of Pioneering Hilda Rose

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The Stump Farm: A Chronicle of Pioneering  by  Hilda Rose

The Stump Farm: A Chronicle of Pioneering by Hilda Rose
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This collection of letters was written by Hilda Rose to several friends between 1919 and 1927, which were published first in Atlantic Monthly. Mrs. Rose was married to a man twenty-eight years older, who she calls Daddy, and they had a young boyMoreThis collection of letters was written by Hilda Rose to several friends between 1919 and 1927, which were published first in Atlantic Monthly.

Mrs. Rose was married to a man twenty-eight years older, who she calls Daddy, and they had a young boy whom she calls Boy. The letters outline her struggles on a hardscrabble farm in Montana, which paled in comparison to the challenges they faced when they decided to move farther north and homesteaded near Fort Vermilion, Alberta. The book has a foreword by Samuel A. Eliot and eight black-and-white photographs.



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