By Susan Cummins Miller
During this e-book are bits and items of desires, lives, reviews, and vistas, like squares minimize from outdated textile and assembled right into a loopy cover of writing kinds and types. The patchwork layout mirrors either the complexity of the chroniclers and the stark traces and angles of the yankee frontier. —Susan Cummins Miller, from the creation during this anthology of thirty-four writers who released in the course of the payment years of the yankee frontier, Miller assembles nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and coffee writings from girls of Anglo, chinese language, Hispanic, and local American ethnicity. Variously addressing such issues as isolation, drudgery, friendship, mourning, or even mysticism, those writers supply up a unique frontier, person who specializes in women’s reports up to men’s. briefly biographical and historic introductions to every author, Miller stocks insights and context as attractive because the choices themselves.
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But the old Colonel shook his head, as if not stirred by the excitement which called others from their homes to line the banks and wave their cheers to the flying stranger. But what troubled his eyes just then? it was the dust and cobwebs of time that troubled him; of old memories, of early hardships, of dangers, toils and death; of friends long gone, linked to the present by every success and every triumph. Memories of days when he was young, when the hair upon his brow was not silvered; when he roamed the dense forest, rifle in hand, and peered cautiously for the savage foe behind every tree and fallen log; when the panther lay crouched in the path, and the rattlesnake coiled itself by the wayside, and the wild wolf howled nightly upon the hills; of the days when friends and brothers went out at morn, and returned not at nightfall; when sickness and sorrow came with heavy steps, and there were none to help; when the fire swept away the toil of years, and the hopes of days to come.
In a long bend of the river, six miles above Marietta, called "Rainbow," by the old pioneers, from its resemblance to an arch; on the inner side of the curve, and hidden in the beautiful vale which it hugged in its embrace, were located several families of old settlers, who had lived through the trials and dangers of the Indian war, and who, as soon as the peace was declared, and the garrison opened its doors, had gone forth with their families, and settled on their farms in this beautiful area, surrounded by high hills, and bordered by the stream.
And another who was highly offended, because room was not made for her at table with guests from the city, and that her company was not requested for tea visits. My philosophy was of slow growth. Ketchum certainly had her own troubles during our sojourn under her leaky roof; for the two races commingled Page 28 not without loud and long effervescence, threatening at times nothing short of a Kilkennycat battle, ending in mutual extermination. My office, on these occasions, was an humble imitation of the plan of the celestials in ancient times; to snatch away the combatant in whom I was most interested, and then to secrete him for a while, using as a desert island one of the beds in the loft, where the unfortunate had to dree a weary penance, and generally come down quite tame.