♦  The Remembrance Album of Harriet Pruden  ♦

Written by Richard K. Pate - Based on a true story


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70 Poets     80 Years      100 Poems 


Transport yourself into the hearts and minds of pioneer American settlers as they express their love and concern for one young girl bent on exploring the Western Frontier. The Remembrance Album of Harriet Pruden fuses an authentic 19th century pioneer poetry collection with a fictional narrative, revealing an endearing story spanning eight decades -- a true American love story from the Old West.



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"One of the most intriguing concepts to cross my desk deals with the western frontier..." Jeri L. Dobrowski, Cowboy Jam Session: Western Culture News & Reviews Read More

"'The Remembrance Album of Harriet Pruden' is a unique treasure and a fine addition to any historical poetry collection." Carl Logan, Midwest Book Review Read More

"A fascinating project of historical folk narratives grounded in a love of community." John O'Connor, author of Wordplaygrounds Read More

"The Remembrance Album of Harriet Pruden represents the rebirth of a time-honored tradition: the personal keepsake album. But this album has more than sentimental value..." Terry Ehret, Sonoma County Poet Laureate Read More

"Perhaps Harriet's album is not so much a book as it is a quilt, not of fabric but of words, stitched together by seventy people over eighty years. Each poem is a single square of the quilt." -R. K. Pate, Author


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