Riding Freedom

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Riding Freedom

Charlotte Parkhurst is living in an orphanage until the day her best friend is adopted, and she finds herself alone. She decides to run away and heads into town pretending to be a boy. She finds work in the local stable and eventually learns to drive the stage, still masquerading as a boy. Eventually her calling leads her out west to the land of her best friend and of the Gold Rush. What kind of courage would it take to live this life? What sort of adventures does she have along the way? A powerful story of a young woman who relies on herself and makes a successful life. Who was the first woman to vote in America? 144 pages Ages 8-11

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