This collection of essays details the author's mother's experiences during her 1904 trek to North Dakota, and her life as a landowner, wife, and motherBut this time it was a whole new ballgame because we didna#39;t have Fran; she had moved on to high school. ... my mother when she thought I was asleep that there was no way in the world she was going to spend another night in that God forsaken schoolhouse with a quivering childateaching or no teaching. ... It was the most ridiculous sum anyone could think of after a half-dozen years in the Dust Bowl.
|Title||:||Nothing to Do But Stay|
|Publisher||:||University of Iowa Press - 1991|