This story is placed in Missouri, Oklahoma and Arizona at the turn of the Century from 1883 to 1901.
The main part of the story takes place in 1898, while the western portion of Oklahoma was still called
the Oklahoma Territory and was being settled by the white man. The story also takes place in the
northeastern part of the Indian Territory that belonged to the Cherokee Nation. It was not until November
16,1907 that the twin territories were merged and Oklahoma became the forty-sixth state
of the Union. The woman in the picture (title) has a gun in her right hand. She has to protect herself.
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About the Author
toilet or electric lights until my family moved to Columbus, Ohio during the Christmas holidays in
1949, when I was fifteen years old. When school started in the new year, I met Bob, my future husband, who lived just down the road. Like many a young girl in those days, I wanted to become a nurse. After high school, I attended Grant Hospital School of Nursing and after I had finished one year, my husband to be, received his orders for the military. In those days, you weren’t allowed to attend nursing school and be married, so I quit in June and was married on July 7, 1953. In 1976, after spending twenty three years as
an Air Force wife, seeing America, two tours of duty in the country of Turkey and raising three children,
we retired to our home in Tampa, just a mile from Mac Dill Air Force Base. We both went to work at the University of South Florida. My husband with Printing Services on the second floor of the Administration building, while I worked down the hall from him in the Media Relations Department, where I learned to write news releases and was able to take writing courses at USF’s School of Mass Communication. In 1996, we bought a Winnebago Motor Home, retired from the University of South Florida the end of June and left the next morning to see America.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
A very good story and well written. I could really visualize the characters. You really relate and feel for the lead character! We got the whole book series and my teenager really loved them too! Love how the characters are present during real historic events.