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Historical accounts of surveyors, Native Americans, frontiersmen and settlers in early southwest Nebraska. Journals, letters, and reminiscences reveal the personal side of their struggles, failures, and triumphs.
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The descendant of a pioneer farm family, D. Jean Smith lives in the home built by her great-grandparents overlooking the Medicine Creek Valley in southwest Nebraska. After eight years of schooling in a country school, the author received her secondary education at the University Of Nebraska School Of Agriculture at Curtis, Nebraska, graduating in 1960. She graduated Kearney State College in 1980 as an English major with a Bachelor of Arts in Education. She is a member of the Nebraska State Historical Society, and an enthusiasm for writing, history and genealogy has been parlayed into her dedication to preserving the stories of the past.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publis, 2009. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111449538568