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Nine years old and a sharp observer of The most common causes other people’s behavior. The Masters of death were typhoid, cholera, and yellow fever, Hotel, where Charles and Caroline diseases to which young children were particularly worked, was a fascinating place. Burr vulnerable. Oak was a quiet little town far from a river or rail line, but the hotel and its saloon always had plenty of activity. Men drank quarts of beer and whiskey late into the night and then shot each other in arguments over women and money.
The prairie grasses had tough roots that were River before the ice intertwined. Slabs of soil were held together broke, and it was tightly by these roots when cut. This allowed growing thin. people to make bricks. Out of these tough, flexible slabs, settlers could build cheap, The children practical homes that were cool in summer and recovered in time to warm in winter. Unfortunately, sod houses were not very make the trip across comfortable or clean. Dust and earth constantly the Mississippi. As fell from the ceiling, which dripped mud when wet.
That mark, and Norway started night, as the two families rested at moving to the United States in the 1820s. By the 1870s, their camp, the ice broke. The many had found their way to the Great Plains. The families stayed in an abandoned terrain there was suited cabin until spring, when traveling to the farming life the immigrants were used to in would be easier. When the trees grew their home countries. The influence of Scandinavian new leaves, Charles, Caroline, and culture still can be found in the girls said goodbye to Peter, Eliza, Minnesota today.