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Dakota Dreams: Fannie Sabra Howe's Own Story 1881-1884
Fannie Sabra Howe came to Dakota Territory in 1881 to join her family on their homestead. Her diary records life on the prairie through the eyes of a young girl. The story ends with Fannie moving into the Round House, a unique structure built by Fannie's parents in the new town of Mellette in 1884. This true story for readers in grades 4-7 is illustrated with charming pen- ...more
Hardcover, 88 pages
Published November 28th 2003 by South Dakota State Historical Society
(first published November 26th 2003)
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I love history, but this book did not cover much. The author did not share most if not all the dairy writings that Fannie Howe wrote. I think if she did the book would have been more interesting. This book is OK for elementary students, but not for me who want to know more!