- Imprint: Formac Publishing Company Limited
- Publication Date: 6 June 2005
- Copyright Year: 2005
- ISBN: 9780887806438
- Replaces: Letters from a Lady Rancher
- Page Count: 192
- Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Letters from a Lady Rancher
The lively, delightfully written adventures of a young woman who married a homesteader and started a new life in the West.
A spirit of adventure, a great sense of fun, an observant eye, and enthusiasm for everything new--that's the kind of woman Monica Hopkins was, and that's what led her to leave the comforts of her English family home in 1909 to homestead on the prairies.
Hopkins was a young bride who had finally married her childhood sweetheart, an Irish lad who'd wandered the world, then settled down to the life of a rancher in the foothills of Alberta. Through her eyes we get a unique view of the early days of Western Canada, that of an observant woman who took note of every detail of landscape and personality. Her letters sparkle with delights, enthusiasms, occasional troubles and tragedies.
In Letters from a Lady Rancher, Monica Hopkins brings to life the experiences of the women--and men--who settled the Canadian West.
This edition replaces the Goodread title, ISBN 0-88780-115-3.
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