Juliette Kinzie: Frontier Storyteller (Badger Biographies Series)

Juliette Kinzie Frontier Storyteller Badger Biographies Series In a young woman named Juliette Magill Kinzie moved from her fancy home in Connecticut to a rustic log cabin in what would later be called Wisconsin Juliette lived there with her husband John

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  • Title: Juliette Kinzie: Frontier Storyteller (Badger Biographies Series)
  • Author: Kathe Crowley Conn
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 1830, a young woman named Juliette Magill Kinzie moved from her fancy home in Connecticut to a rustic log cabin in what would later be called Wisconsin Juliette lived there with her husband, John, who worked as an Indian agent at Fort Winnebago, one of Wisconsin s earliest settlements While living at the fort, Juliette came to know the Indian communities that called tIn 1830, a young woman named Juliette Magill Kinzie moved from her fancy home in Connecticut to a rustic log cabin in what would later be called Wisconsin Juliette lived there with her husband, John, who worked as an Indian agent at Fort Winnebago, one of Wisconsin s earliest settlements While living at the fort, Juliette came to know the Indian communities that called the land home, as well as the non Indian settlers who were moving in She later wrote a best selling book about her experiences, Wau Bun The Early Day in the Northwest, an important first person account of life on the frontier This new biography in the Badger Biographies Series turns the lens on the writer herself, detailing her life as she detailed the lives of those she encountered in the 1830s and 1840s Juliette Kinzie Frontier Storyteller details war, hunger, and the rapidly changing times Juliette witnessed on the Midwestern frontier, following the pioneering woman through her own changes from socialite to pioneer to famous writer and even to the work of her granddaughter, Juliette Gordon Low, who founded the Girl Scouts of the USA in 1912.

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