Professor Mary Ellen Chase (1887-1973) was a teacher, scholar, and writer. She received her Ph. D. in English from the University of Minnesota where she served as an assistant professor from 1922 to 1926. She taught at Smith College starting in 1926 until her retirement in 1955. She wrote more than 30 books, many using her cherished Maine heritage as the setting, capturing the unique spirit and chronicling a way of life for generations.
A clean-cut, well-written story of Western life on a ranch, including adventure, fishing, and hunting trips. A story of the real out-of-door life in the Big Horn country. Lovers of Western stories will enjoy this fascinating tale of their favourite environment.
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