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Alaska was calling! Alaska was calling! It's 1921 and LaVerne's dream was to follow in Robert Service's footsteps to the wilds of Alaska.At sixteen she was already writing her own...

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Details of Song of the Yukon

Original Title
Song of the Yukon
ISBN13
9781489558206
Edition Format
ebook
Number of Pages
370 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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Alaska was calling! Alaska was calling! It's 1921 and LaVerne's dream was to follow in Robert Service's footsteps to the wilds of Alaska.

At sixteen she was already writing her own music and she believed that her talent could only flourish on the back trails of the Yukon. Alone and impersonating a boy, she hires aboard a freighter, out of Seattle, and works her way to the Alaska was calling! Alaska was calling!

It's 1921 and LaVerne's dream was to follow in Robert Service's footsteps to the wilds of Alaska. At sixteen she was already writing her own music and she believed that her talent could only flourish on the back trails of the Yukon. Alone and impersonating a boy, she hires aboard a freighter, out of Seattle, and works her way to the north.

From boat rides on the Yukon and encounters with native tribes to filing homestead papers and working the land, LaVerne uses newfound frontier wisdom as a basis for expanding both her music and her perceptions: "No man owns what Mother Spirit does not freely give". Black-eyed Joe told her. What a charming folk tale, LaVerne thought.

I could use the story in one of my songs". It was here she learns the realities of frontier life that will shape her life, help her create music, and lead her in directions no woman has explored alone before. ‘Song of the Yukon covers more than music growth, more than homesteading in the wilderness, and even more than testing one's abilities against a foreign environment.

Most of all, it's about one woman's determination to achieve her dream against any odds - and it provides readers with not only a solid background in frontier experiences, but a sense of self and accomplishment that heroine LaVerne learns through hard experience. Song of the Yukon is a powerful saga, recommended for a range of readers. Thank you for the opportunity to look at your fine title!

‘~~ Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review ~~ This story is based on true events.


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