Series: Butter In The Well

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Butter in the Well: A Scandinavian Woman's Tale of Life on the Prairie, 1868-1888 by Linda K. Hubalek1
Prairie Bloomin: The Prairie Blossoms for an Immigrant's Daughter by Linda K. Hubalek2
Egg Gravy (Butter in the Well) by Linda K. Hubalek3
Looking Back: The Final Tale of Life on the Prairie (Butter in the Well) by Linda K. Hubalek4

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  1. Trail of Thread: A Woman's Westward Journey (Hubalek, Linda K. Trail of Thread Series.) by Linda K. Hubalek (1995)
  2. Planting Dreams (Book 1 in the Planting Dreams book series) by Linda K. Hubalek (1997)
  3. Pioneer Women: Voices from the Kansas Frontier by Joanna Stratton (1981)
  4. Nothing to Do But Stay by Carrie Young (1991)
  5. True Tales of Old-Time Kansas: Revised Edition by David Dary (1984)
  6. Letters of a Woman Homesteader by Elinore Pruitt Stewart (1982)
  7. Sod and Stubble: The Unabridged and Annotated Edition by John Ise (1936)
  8. No Time on My Hands by Grace Snyder (1986)
  9. A Bride Goes West by Nannie T. Alderson (1942)
  10. Pioneer Women: The Lives of Women on the Frontier by Linda Peavy (1995)
  11. These is my Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Prine, 1881-1901 (P.S.) by Nancy E. Turner (1998)
  12. Plains woman : the diary of Martha Farnsworth, 1882-1922 by Martha Farnsworth (1986)
  13. The Colonel's Lady on the Western Frontier: The Correspondence of Alice Kirk Grierson (Women in the West Series) by Shirley A. Leckie (1989)
  14. Letters on an Elk Hunt by a Woman Homesteader by Elinore Pruitt Stewart (1915)
  15. A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains by Isabella L. Bird (1960)

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