Complete Western Romance Anthologies of Eleanor Gates by Eleanor Gates

Complete Western Romance Anthologies of Eleanor Gates

byEleanor Gates

Kobo ebook | March 11, 2014

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Apron-Strings (1917)
The Biography of a Prairie Girl (1902)
The Plow-Woman (1906)
Alec Lloyd, Cowpuncher (1905)
The Poor Little Rich Girl (1912)
The Rich Little Poor Boy (1922)

Apron-Strings (1917)
A story for all mothers who have daughters and for all daughters who have mothers.

The Plow-Woman (1906)
A cross-grained, crippled ex-section boss of a Texas railroad, and an unreconciled Confederate, immigrates with his two daughters to North Dakota, opposite a military post. the oldest daughter, Dallas, is the plow-woman, and she at once begins to cultiave the virgin fields for her incompentent father and sister. They have much trouble with Indians and land grabbers, during all of which the plow-woman grows more competent, more lovable, and more womanly. A good picture of Western "shack" life and marvelous railroad building "just after the war."

The Poor Little Rich Girl (1912)
This story relates the experience of one of those unfortunate children whose early days are passed in the companionship of a governess, seldom seeing either parent, and famishing for natural love and tenderness. A charming play as dramatized by the author.

The Rich Little Poor Boy (1922)
Delicious humor and artful fantasy delight all who read of how this little boy, who was so poor that he lived in the dingiest of city slums, was yet rich enough in his power of imagination to win his way to the highroad of success and happiness.

Title:Complete Western Romance Anthologies of Eleanor GatesFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 11, 2014Publisher:AGEB PublishingLanguage:English

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