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Hearts West|Chris Enss
Hearts West : True Stories of Mail-Order Brides on the Frontier
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Complete with actual advertisements from both women seeking husbands and males seeking brides, New York Times bestselling book Hearts West includes twelve stories of courageous mail order brides and their exploits. Some were fortunate enough to marry good men and live happily ever after; still others found themselves in desperate situations that robbed them of their youth and sometimes their lives. Desperate to strike it rich during the Gold Rush, men sacrificed many creature comforts. Only after they arrived did some of them realize how much they missed female companionship. One way for men living on the frontier to meet women was through subscriptions to heart-and-hand clubs. The men received newspapers with information, and sometimes photographs, about women, with whom they corresponded. Eventually, a man might convince a woman to join him in the West, and in matrimony. Social status, political connections, money, companionship, or security were often considered more than love in these arrangements.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780762727568
  • ISBN-10: 076272756X
  • Publisher: Two Dot Books
  • Publish Date: June 2005
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6.08 x 0.39 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.44 pounds
  • Page Count: 128