Way Out West

by Ellen Peterson | Jul 22, 2021

Apples to Oregon
by Deborah Hopkinson

A pioneer father transports his beloved fruit trees and his family to Oregon in the mid-nineteenth century. Based loosely on the life of Henderson Luelling.

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When Pioneer Wagons Rumbled West
by Christine Graham

As pioneers endure the difficult journey over rivers, through the dust, and across mountains, they turn to God for help.

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Dance, Pioneer, Dance!
by Rick Walton

Pioneers and animals join in the dancing and the fun during a journey across the plains.

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The New Land : a First Year on the Prairie
by Marilynn Reynolds

An immigrant family boards a ship somewhere in Europe, crosses the Atlantic, and travels by rail and ox-cart to their new plot of land on the short-grass prairie.

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A Packet of Seeds
by Deborah Hopkinson

When a pioneer family moves west the mother misses home so much that she will not even name the new baby until her daughter thinks of just the right thing to cheer her up.

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