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The healing of Natalie Curtis —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.

"Musician Natalie Curtis is broken by strict training and a lost love. After encountering Native American music, she is determined to save these ancient songs which are being silenced by the government. In doing so, Nata...

All she left behind —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.

Well-versed in the natural healing properties of herbs and oils, Jennie Pickett longs to become a doctor. But the Oregon frontier of the 1870s doesn't approve of such innovations as women attending medical school. To sup...

Everything she didn't say —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.

In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a ...

A name of her own —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-

During the fur-trapping ear of the early 1800s, with two rambunctious young sons to raise, Marie refuses to be left behind in St. Louis when her husband heads west.

Everything she didn't say —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.
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2018
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"In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a...

One more river to cross —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.

In 1844, two years before the Donner Party, the Stevens-Murphy company left Missouri to be the first wagons into California through the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Mostly Irish Catholics, the party sought religious freedom ...

A flickering light a novel —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-
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2009
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Fifteen-year-old Jessie Ann Gaebele loves nothing more than capturing a gorgeous Minnesota landscape when the sunlight casts its most mesmerizing shadows. So when F.J. Bauer hires her in 1907 to assist in his studio and ...

One more river to cross —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-
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2019
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Based on true events, this compelling survival story by award-winning novelist Jane Kirkpatrick is full of grit and endurance. Beset by storms, bad timing, and desperate decisions, 8 women, 17 children, and one man must ...

The memory weaver : a novel —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-

Eliza Spalding Warren was just a child when she was taken hostage by the Cayuse Indians during a massacre in 1847. Now the young mother of two children, Eliza faces a different kind of dislocation; her impulsive husband ...

A mending at the edge —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-
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2008
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Emma Wagner Giesy struggles to find her place inside -- and outside -- the confines of her 1860s religious community, where she is the only woman, as she reaches out to others on the fringes of her cooperative.

Something worth doing : a novel of an early suffragist —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946- author.

"Based on a true story, pioneer Abigail Scott denies herself the joys of a simpler life to achieve her dream of securing rights for women. But running a controversial newspaper and leading suffrage efforts in the Northwe...

Where lilacs still bloom : [a novel] —Kirkpatrick, Jane, 1946-

"In the early 1900s, housewife Hulda Klager reads a book that changes her life forever, leading her to develop over 200 new varieties of lilacs that she gives away or sells to individuals as a way of sharing beauty. Her ...

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