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Frances Gilchrist Wood’s vividly drawn pioneer tale, Turkey Red is set in the Dakotas in the 1800s.

A mail sled is making its way through its route during a winter blizzard when they answer a distress signal from a cabin two miles away. Risking their safety through ice and snow, the men answer the plea. They find a young mother, living apart from her husband, having trouble with a sick child.

Walter Zimmerman adopts a subtle twang in his portrayals of the Midwestern frontiersmen who populate this tale of resilience and survival.

Publisher's Summary

"Local color" author Frances Gilchrist Wood wrote this powerful tale of a young wife who proves better able to succeed on the homestead frontier than does her husband.
Public Domain (P)1982 Jimcin Recordings

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