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Thimble Of Soil by Linda K. Hubalek

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Also by Linda K. Hubalek:

Harvesting Faith, November 1999
Paperback
Cultivating Hope, August 1998
Paperback
Planting Dreams, October 1997
Paperback
Stitch Of Courage, September 1996
Paperback
Thimble Of Soil, April 1996
Paperback
Trail Of Thread, September 1995
Paperback
Looking Back, June 1994
Paperback
Egg Gravy, June 1994
Paperback
Prarieblomman, January 1993
Paperback
Butter In The Well, June 1992
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Thimble Of Soil
Linda K. Hubalek

A Womans Quest for Land

Trail of Thread #2

April 1996
On Sale: April 1, 1996
Featuring: Margaret Ralston Kennedy
120 pages
ISBN: 1886652074
EAN: 9781886652071
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$11.95
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Follow the widowed Margaret Ralston Kennedy in this second book of the Trail of Thread series, as she travels with eight of her thirteen children from Ohio to the Territory of Kansas in 1855.

Told through her letters, Thimble of Soil describes the prevalent hardships and infrequent joys experienced by the hardy pioneer women of Kansas, who struggled to protect their families from terrorists raids while building new homes and new lives on the vast unbroken prairie.

Watch for the quilt patterns mentioned in the letters.

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