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Sod and stubble

John Ise

Sod and stubble

the story of a Kansas homestead

by John Ise

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  • 24 Currently reading

Published by University of Nebraska Press in Lincoln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ise, Rosa Christina Haag, -- 1856-,
  • Ise, Henry Christopher, -- 1841-1900,
  • Frontier and pioneer life -- Kansas -- Osborne County

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Ise; illustrated by Howard Simon
    SeriesA Bison book
    ContributionsSimon, Howard, 1903-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxii p., 326 p.
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14584493M

    Sod and Stubble. by John Ise. Good: A book that has been read but is in good condition. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or Seller Rating: % positive. Sod and Stubble (Bison Book) Sod and Stubble: The Unabridged and Annotated Edition The United States forest policy (Use and abuse of America's natural resources) The United States oil policy (Use and abuse of America's natural resources).

    Sod and Stubble is a classic of Kansas and western history. It ranks with Giants in the Earth and O Pioneers! in readability and memorability, but has the added feature of being an only slightly fictionalized version of the reality of the lives of the author's parents in Osborne County, Kansas. Filled with striking stories, it is only a question of whether one is moved most by the baby dying Author: Craig Miner. Tour sites featured were made famous in John Ise's Kansas classic book 'Sod & Stubble.' This timeless tale is an internationally-respected work that celebrated its 70th year of publication in Nineteen historic markers interpret how Kansas homesteaders successfully dealt with adversity and hardship to create homes during the later nineteenth century in Osborne County, Kansas. Tour.

    COUPON: Rent Sod and Stubble The Unabridged and Annotated Edition 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7 . Sod and Stubble, John Ise's most well known work, is a record of the adventures and adversities of his childhood as a homesteader of Osborne County, Kansas. In this book he takes the reader from the s to the turn of the century showing the ups and downs of life as a homesteader in Kansas.


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Sod and Stubble book. Read 18 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. It is a story of an energetic and capable girl who at the age of se 4/5. Apr 20,  · Sod and Stubble: The Story of a Kansas Homestead (Bison Book) [John Ise] on forabetterchicago.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A few years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incidents of her life pioneering in the semi-arid region of Western KansasCited by: 6. John Ise wrote his nonfiction novel “Sod and Sod and stubble book to depict the disappearing and declining prairie life of Western Kansas.

Specifically, the novel is dedicated to his mother, the person who witnessed the changes that occurred in the almost arid region of Western Kansas. The image of the past is drawn from both reality and [ ]. Sod and Stubble book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

A few years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incid 4/5. Read this book on Questia. A FEW years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incidents Sod and stubble book her life pioneering in the semi-arid region of Western Kansas, it occurred to me that the picture of that early time was worth drawing and preserving for the future, and that, if this were ever to be done, it must be done soon, before all of the old settlers were gone.

First published inhis “nonfiction novel” Sod and Stubble has since become a widely read and much loved classic. In the original, Ise changed some identities and time sequences but accurately retained the uplifting and disheartening realities of prairie life.2/5(1).

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Seats are limited, so make your reservation today. $50 Per Person - All inclusive price that includes lunch and attractions. Sod and Stubble: The Unabridged and Annotated Edition by Ise, John and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at forabetterchicago.com Ushering us through a dynamic period of pioneering history, from the s to the turn of the century, Sod and Stubble abounds with the events and issues—fires and droughts, parties and picnics, insect infestations and bumper crops, prosperity and poverty, divisiveness and generosity, births and deaths—that shaped the lives and destinies of.

Sod & Stubble by John Ise Book Review Sod & Stubble by John Ise Book ReviewAnswer one of the following questions utilizing examples from the book. [ ]. The Ises’ story became internationally famous after their son John Ise published a book, Sod & Stubble, based on their life experiences on the homestead from through Sod & Stubble was first published in and is considered one of the finest works ever published on the subject of homesteading the Great Plains of North America.

Mar 11,  · First published inhis "nonfiction novel" Sod and Stubble has since become a widely read and much loved classic. In the original, Ise changed some identities and time sequences but accurately retained the uplifting and disheartening realities of prairie forabetterchicago.com: John Ise.

Sod and Stubble (Book): Ise, John: A few years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incidents of her life pioneering in the semi-arid region of Western Kansas, it occurred to me that the picture of that early time was worth drawing and preserving for the future, and that, if this were ever to be done, it must be done soon, before all of the old settlers were gone.

This book is. Sod and Stubble: The Story of a Kansas Homestead by John Ise A copy that has been read, but remains in excellent condition. Pages are intact and are not marred by notes or highlighting, but may contain a neat previous owner name.

The spine remains undamaged. At ThriftBooks, our motto is:. Afterword: Sale Auction Book () The Haag Family and the Early Years in Kansas Henry Ise and the Eisenmanger Family The Writing of Sod and Stubble After Sod and Stubble: Of Rosa and the Children.

Responsibility: by John Ise ; foreword by Thomas D. Isern. The Sod & Stubble Country Heritage Back Road celebrates the people, places, and events made famous in the classic Kansas book "Sod & Stubble" by John Ise. It is located three miles northwest of the city of Downs in Osborne County, Kansas.

The mile driving tour features 21. Read "Sod And Stubble; The Story Of A Kansas Homestead" by John Ise available from Rakuten Kobo. “A few years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incidents of 5/5.

"A few years ago, as I listened one night to my mother telling incidents of her life pioneering in the semi-arid region of Western Kansas, it occurred to me that the picture of that early time was worth drawing and preserving for the future, and that, if this were ever to be done, it must be done so.

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OPTIONAL: In addition to the book group discussion, participants will have the option of traveling to the areas depicted in the book. Reserve your spot for the "Sod and Stubble Book Tour" hosted by Sunflower State Tours! Seats are limited, so make your reservation today!Get this from a library!

Sod and stubble; the story of a Kansas homestead. [John Ise; Howard Simon] -- Describes the life of a young woman who married at age seventeen and moved to a homestead on the wind-swept plains of Kansas and reared eleven of her twelve children.the family after the events of the book.

It is remarkable that when first published in Sod and Stubble. was a commercial fail­ ure. This new edition should remain a fixture of western "Realism" and a model family his­ tory for a very long time. CRAIG MINER. Department of History Wichita State University. BOOK REVIEWS