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Call Up the Morning

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HOPE AND HARDSHIP, DREAMS AND DESIRES
Idaho at the turn of the century was a rugged, lawless wilderness, but young Deborah Dexter was determined to conquer it. Her pioneer spirit and determination were challenged by this raw paradise of forest, mountains, and shining rivers.

Deborah panned for gold, invested in valuable timberland, and defended the sheepherders against thiev
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Paperback, 534 pages
Published June 1st 1983 by Avon Books
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Nebraska, 1889, where things are getting a bit heated between the sheepherders and the cattlemen - and Deborah Dexter and her mother find themselves smack in the middle of it when they give aid to a Basque sheepherder. They head west with friends and finally settle at Bonanza City, a remote mining town in Idaho. Deborah's mother eventually accepts a marriage offer from a senior LDS bishop (she's not wife #1), and with the support her new stepfather, Deborah obtains a business degree from the Uni ...more
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