11 edition of new home, who"ll follow? or, Glimpses of Western life found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Glimpses of Western life.|
|Statement||Caroline M. Kirkland ; edited with an introduction by Sandra A. Zagarell.|
|Series||American women writers series|
|Contributions||Zagarell, Sandra A.|
|LC Classifications||PS2191 .N4 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||li, 218 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||218|
|ISBN 10||0813515416, 0813515424|
|LC Control Number||89070088|
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Set in the frontier of Michigan int he s, A New Home is the first realistic portrayal of western village life in the United States. Based on Caroline Kirkland's own experiences - and written from a woman's perspective - it narrates with a keen eye and wit the absorbing story of the establishment of the village of Montacute, Michigan.3/5.
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This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksCited by: Caroline Matilda (Stansbury) Kirkland () was a middle-class white woman with a literary bent who moved with her husband and children to the woods of Michigan wholl follow?
or the mids to settle a newly-planned village. In this book, first published inshe offers what she claims to be "an honest portraiture of rural life in a new country" (p.
Through a series of vignettes and. Get this from a library. A new home--who'll follow. or, Glimpses of western life. [Caroline M Kirkland] -- Caroline Matilda (Stansbury) Kirkland () was a middle-class white woman with a literary bent who moved with her husband and children to the woods of Michigan in the mids to settle a.
A New Home—Who'll Follow. or, Glimpses of Western Life () presents the experiences of a woman settler in eastern Michigan, then the western frontier of the United certifiedneighborhoodspecialist.com author, Caroline M.
Kirkland (–), was an educator from Geneva, New York, who relocated to Detroit in so her husband, William, could head the Detroit Female Seminary. Get this from a library.
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The protagonist, Mary Clavers, describes mud holes, drunken husbands, local politics, and Victorian values in witty and ironic style. Absorbing. By they had acquired sufficient land and capital to move to the village of Pinckney where they began the experience in frontier living recorded in A New Home—Who’ll Follow.
After five years on the frontier, the Kirklands returned to New York City where Caroline continued to pursue the writing career she had begun in Michigan.
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