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The curlew's cry by Mildred Walker
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The curlew's cry (edition 1955)

by Mildred Walker

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The Curlew's Cry is the story of three decades in the life of Pamela Lacey and a Montana town. Descended from pioneers and the daughter of a rancher, Pamela lives according to her own script, and nothing seems to happen as expected. The world beats on--World War I, the influenza epidemic of 1917, the Great Depression--and local fortune rise and fall with the price of beef. For Pamela the fight that counts is defined by a sense of independence and pervasive loneliness, by the twists and turns of love and friendship.… (more)
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Title:The curlew's cry
Authors:Mildred Walker
Info:New York, Harcourt, Brace [c1955]
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FOR HELEN AND ROY
October 5, 1954
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The teacher was weary with Pioneer Day before it started.
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The Curlew's Cry is the story of three decades in the life of Pamela Lacey and a Montana town. Descended from pioneers and the daughter of a rancher, Pamela lives according to her own script, and nothing seems to happen as expected. The world beats on--World War I, the influenza epidemic of 1917, the Great Depression--and local fortune rise and fall with the price of beef. For Pamela the fight that counts is defined by a sense of independence and pervasive loneliness, by the twists and turns of love and friendship.

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