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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Bonanza Girl Beatty, Patricia. Bonaza Girl is a book that will leave who guessing till the end. Their are times when it gets boring but then gets exciting agian!
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A widow and her two children head for gold rush territory in Idaho, hoping to find jobs and a new life. Their are times when it gets boring but then gets exciting agian! The book is about a widow who takes her two children from the comforts of Oregon to the wild gold country of Idaho to persue being a school teacher.
Beatty does have a subplot about hate and fear of Chinese immigrants being Classic Patricia Beatty historical fiction for girls, from her feel-good/humorous period. Families stick together and (mostly) work together, chance met acquaintances (mostly) help the family to survive. A nice light read, if somewhat dated by the light tone. There is a native american in the story, who doesn't speak English. He's about the same as anyone else to my eyes, but I'm not an expert in Native American culture.
by. Beatty, Patricia, 1922-1991, author. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on April 20, 2012.
The book is about a family who moves to Northern Idaho so the mother can teach in a mining camp. the problem is, there are no schools.
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John and Patricia Beatty were married American writers, an academic historian and a children's librarian. They wrote several books together until John Beatty's death in 1975, after which Patricia Beatty continued to write until her death in 1991. John Louis Beatty was born on January 24, 1922 in Portland, Oregon and later became a history professor.
ISBN 10: 0688122809 ISBN 13: 9780688122805. Publisher: Beech Tree Books, 1993.
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