Preserving the history of Midwest Pioneer Life on the Frontier before 1860 through personal First Hand Stories and biographies!
Do you find yourself saying: “I wish my Ancestor was alive so I could ask . . . ?”
Explore collections of simple First Hand Short Stories and Biographies written by the MIDWEST FRONTIERSMEN of 1795-1845 to discover answers to many of the questions you might ask, details about life on the frontier and the beginning of Iowa. They document their Life on the Frontier, neighboring Indians and other Settlers. Some include Genealogical information, such as hair and eye color, height, weight, build, etc. Images, footnotes, index and a glossary have been added to assist in understanding some of the colloquial wording, etc.
“These books are a treasure trove of information, they are a joy to read. I recommend them to anyone and everyone who has even a passing interest in history. I can read them again and again.” – Carole
“I have read these books 3 times – every time I learn more.” Carole- Buckskinner
“My books are filled with Post-It-Notes, I learned a lot” Bruce – State DNR
“Extremely nice books & collection of information” John – Historian
“I want another set of books. My Dad enjoyed them so much, I gave him ours!” Jeanine- Nurse
“No where else can I find such information, Direct from the source!” Ann – author
“Source of unbelievable Genealogical information: hair and eye color, height, weight, build, age, profession, distinguishing features, etc.” – Ed
Unlike other history books, these FIRST HAND stores are written by those who were there and are an effort to preserve the history of the Midwest Pioneer that we found in 1800’s newspaper clippings that were deteriorating on a few library shelves. They are filled with remarkable information, most of which we could not find anywhere else!
SETTLERS, FRONTIER LIFE and INDIANS! (Click on Image below to read more.)
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