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Girls of Silver Spur Ranch

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Published 1913 by Goldsmith Publishing Company, Chicago
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My heart really bonded with these girls. They are very sympathetic characters and have a delightful mother. They are hearty, honest, self-reliant young ladies, trying to watch out for their mother and the ranch until their father returns from war. They are brave and willing to work.
This is a delightful, wholesome story, which provides an excellent picture of what family life ought to be. Highly recommended for teen girls and older women alike. It would be enjoyable for any conservative family.
This isn't so much a straight Western as a family story that happens to take place on a ranch—the story of three sisters and their mother dealing with little family struggles and trying to make ends meet, with the help of an orphan boy and an elderly ranch hand, while the father is away fighting in the Spanish-American War. Some of their challenges are familiar Western elements, as in the stubborn uncle who holds the rights to their waterhole. The simplicity of the way the story is told makes me ...more
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