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|LaGrange Co PL - Bookmobile||YA MIL (Text)||30477101115263||Young Adult: Fiction||Reshelving||-|
- Physical Description: 120 pages ; 22 cm
- Publisher: [Gordonville, Pa.] : Pequea Publishers, 
- Copyright: ©2013
|General Note:|| First published in serials by National Stockman and Farmer in 1905.
First edition in book form by Pequea, 1990.
|Summary, etc.:|| "The Barnaby claim is based largely on the events Miller encountered while homesteading in Oklahoma. He chose for his claim a strip of country between the Texas Panhandle and Colorado, the region known as 'No Man's Land' where he built a shack near Wild Horse Lake. This is where he encountered blizzards, prairie fires, and more hazards that are directly related to homesteading. Perhaps this is where the boy became a man. This is a good novel full of detailed descriptions of the Oklahoma Panhandle country and the interesting men and women who settled in that country."-- backcover.
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