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  • Addie Across the Prairie (Addie Mills, 2) by Laurie Lawlor
  • Laurie Lawlor: Addie Across the Prairie



Addie's a pioneer now in the vast Dakota territory, far from her friend Eleanor and Iowa. And now she must care for her youngetst brother as Ma, Pa, and the older boys and Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She's all alone with two year-old Burt when the terrifying prairie fire begins!

Addie's a pioneer now in the vast Dakota territory, far from her friend Eleanor and Iowa. And now she must care for her youngetst brother as Ma, Pa, and the older boys and Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She's all alone with two year-old Burt when the terrifying prairie fire begins!

Addie's a pioneer now in the vast Dakota territory, far from her friend Eleanor and Iowa. And now she must care for her youngetst brother as Ma, Pa, and the older boys and Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She's all alone with two year-old Burt when the terrifying prairie fire begins!

Addie's a pioneer now in the vast Dakota territory, far from her friend Eleanor and Iowa. And now she must care for her youngetst brother as Ma, Pa, and the older boys and Mr. and Mrs. Fency leave to build a home before winter comes. She's all alone with two year-old Burt when the terrifying prairie fire begins!

  • The University of Iowa Press at Iowa City, Iowa has published This State of Wonders" The Letters of an Iowa Frontier Family, 1858-1861, edited by John Kent Folmar. The book has collected 75 letters from family members to their son, James, who moved to the south and never returned to Iowa. Each family member told about life on the prairie from their own perspective. More about this book can be found on pages on the University of Iowa web site.

  • Native American Sites -- A page of links mounted by Cathy Chamberlain of the Oswego City (New York) School District.

    Resources (links) for the study of discrimination against Native Americans. A page on the site of Spring Hill College - the Jesuit College of the South (Mobile, Alabama).



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