Christina's Saga: From Norway To Dakota Territory
Christina's Saga: From Norway to Dakota Territory is the heartwarming story of a single woman's emigration to the Midwest priarie. This pioneer story is based on the life of Christina Gunnerson, expertly told by her grandson Wayne Anderson. After adventures mixed with hardships during her early years in Norway, she suddenly lost her older brother and father. In 1880 at age nineteen, she courageous...
Paperback: 284 pages
Publisher: AKA:yoLa (November 30, 2010)
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.6 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 3683324
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“Just recently I learned that this author had written this story about my great grandmother's sister. Carne Albertina was the sister of Christina. It was especially enjoyable to read of her life in Norway which was probably similar to my great grandmo...”
y journeyed by herself to America to carve out a better life in the prairies that are now South Dakota. With steadfast determination, the lone woman faced the many challenges of homesteading on the unforgiving prairie, a difficult feat rarely attempted at that time by a single woman. She longed to find a true love which was a formidable task for such an independent minded woman, which she set out to do after some hesitation, but with her usual spirit, and with great success.