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Elinore Pruitt Stewart. Letters Of A Woman Homesteader. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1964. Second Bison Book Printing (stated). soft covers, light soiling and edge wear, 282 pages includes Introduction by Jessamyn West, this is a story about Elinore Rupert, the writer of the letters who as a young woman lost her husband, accepted employment as a housekeeper for a Scotch cattleman, Mr. Stuart later becoming his wife, the letters written to Juliet Coney, her former employer in Denver, make up a collection of stories based on the Elinore's life or some incident in the life of a neighbor, very engaging and interesting look back on life as a homesteader in he early years of the 20th Century, pages clean, no writing or marks, light age tanning, this book is a reproduction from the edition published in May 1914 by Houghton Mifflin Co., Good +. Paperback.