8 edition of Reflecting a prairie town found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 253-256) and index.
|Statement||text & photographs by Drake Hokanson ; foreword by Wayne Franklin.|
|Series||The American land and life series|
|LC Classifications||F629.P47 H65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 259 p. :|
|Number of Pages||259|
|LC Control Number||94006369|
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In Reflecting a Prairie Town Drake Hokanson takes a prolonged look at a common place in an uncommon fashion. He presents Peterson, Iowa, through a singular combination of words and images, a remarkable synthesis of history, geography, direct observation, climatology, botany, oral history, archaeology, agricultural science, literature, geology, photography, and even a bit Cited by: 1.
In Reflecting a Prairie Town Drake Hokanson takes a prolonged look at a common place in an uncommon fashion. He presents Peterson, Iowa, through a singular combination of words and images, a remarkable synthesis of history, geography, direct observation, climatology, botany, oral history, archaeology, agricultural science, literature, geology, photography, and even a bit.
Reflecting a Prairie Town by Drake Hokanson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(4). "In Reflecting a Prairie Town Drake Hokanson takes a prolonged look at a common place in an uncommon fashion.
He presents Peterson, Iowa, through a singular combination of words and images, a remarkable synthesis of history, geography, direct observation, climatology, botany, oral history, archaeology, agricultural science, literature, geology, photography, and even a bit.
Reflecting a Prairie Town: A Year in Peterson (American Land & Life) by Drake Hokanson ISBN ISBN Hardcover; Chicago, Illinois, U.s.a.: University Of Iowa Press, ; ISBN Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hokanson, Drake, Reflecting a prairie town.
Iowa City, Iowa: University of Iowa Press. Photographs from "Reflecting a Prairie Town: A Year in Peterson," published by the University of Iowa Press, The book traces the story of a small Iowa town through its history, geography, people, and contemporary life, and is a model for how we might study any place, anywhere.
Little Town on the Prairie Literary Elements. Throughout the book the author paints rich and beautiful images describing the prairie and the farm itself, always emphasizing the expanse of the prairie and reflecting the expanse of the tasks in front of the pioneers.
Study Guide for Little Town on the Prairie. Little Town on the Prairie. Reflecting a Prairie Town (37) Photographs from "Reflecting a Prairie Town: A Year in Peterson," published by the University of Iowa Press, The book traces the story of a small Iowa town through its history, geography, people, and contemporary life, and is a model for how we might study any place, anywhere.
“With his lively pen and lyric camera, Mr. Hokanson takes us on a journey of discovery. The open road is, in part, a defining characteristic of this country, and the Lincoln Highway is one of the historic traces like the Oregon Trail, the Camino Real, or the National by: Little House on the Prairie, by American author Laura Ingalls Wilder, was first published in The book is part of a nine-volume series based on Wilder’s childhood and adolescence growing up in the late s in Wisconsin, Kansas, South Dakota, and Minnesota.
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In my TV-less house, I spent most of my free time as a child reading, and historical fiction was one of my favorite genres. At the. In the late ’s Laura lived in a dugout on the banks of Plum Creek near the town of Walnut Grove.
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A worksheet is provided for you to complete the scavenger hunt. Using one or more of the links below please answer all the questions listed on the worksheet.Gopher Prairie could have been any town in the US at the time the book was written - towns with a railroad station and sturdy unimaginative buildings, filled with sturdy and unimaginative people.
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