~ Lois A. Cuddy, author of Penelope's Song, Professor Emerita, University of Rhode Island
"This amazing page-turner depicts life in South Dakota in the transitional period between the Victorian and Edwardian ages and the post World War I era. The compelling main characters, Minnie and Sarah, are mother and daughter pioneers who live in harsh and dangerous conditions on the prairie and in Chicago. The challenges they face, their courage and ingenuity, and their vision for making Dakota and the U. S. a better place by winning for women the right to vote compel a reader to keep turning the pages. Neither of them is flawless, and the ways in which they manage to survive despite serious mistakes makes it easy to identify with and cheer for them. Readers are taken inside Chicago's Hull House, introduced to Jane Addams, exposed to the ravages of Spanish Flu. Reading this book creates cherished memories."
~ Rebecca Leo, author of The Flaws That Bind
|Publisher:||Big Table Publishing Company|
|Product dimensions:||5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.57(d)|
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