Grass of The Earth



Grass of The Earth This is an engaging, richly detailed biography of a family of Norwegian immigrant homesteaders in eastern North Dakota in the late 1800s. New Download [ Grass of The Earth ] author [ Aagot Raaen ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 272 pages
  • Grass of The Earth
  • Aagot Raaen
  • English
  • 25 June 2018
  • 0873512952

10 thoughts on “Grass of The Earth

  1. Dave says:

    My grandmother knew Aagot and remembers how they would sit on the porch and read this book, laughing because they knew the actual characters I finally picked up a copy a few years ago and couldn t put it down The writing is not spectacular think Boxcar Children, but darker but to hear the haunting stories told through a simple child s perspective, I think makes thempoignant Fortunes change with the seasons, good years follow bad ones, and your only dream is to someday gain an educ My grandmother knew Aagot and remembers how they would sit on the porch and read this book, laughing because they knew the actual characters I finally picked up a copy a few years ago and couldn t put it down The writing is not spectacular think Boxcar Children, but darker but to hear the haunting stories told through a simple child s perspective, I think makes thempoignant Fortunes change with the seasons, good years follow bad ones, and your only dream is to someday gain an education and rise above the subsistence farming lifestyle.One highlight of the book I remember when I was young, hearing a story about how the men would take the harvest into town and blow the money on whiskey and gambling The women my great great grandmother included got fed up and raided the saloons with hatchets and rifles, dragging...

  2. Catherine says:

    Memoir of a childhood on a homestead in North Dakota This book was referenced in The Children s Blizzard, which my book club read earlier this year The writer presents a blunt appraisal of the happy and sad times the family experienced as they struggled w...

  3. Diane Mast says:

    A story of Norwegian immigrant pioneers who lived along Goose River in eastern ND, beginning in 1874 Very descriptive of living conditions and the values that helped them survive Based on the authors life.

  4. Linda says:

    A darker story of the immigrant life

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