Daughter of the Sandhills
by A. Louise Hill
About the Book
Daughter of the Sandhills is a collection of poetry depicting pioneer life on a ranch in western Nebraska’s Sandhills. A. Louise Hill and her family lived this life. This collection has preserved a way of life that will soon be forgotten, such as cooking and heating with fuel from cow chips, outdoor toilets, snipe hunting, and one-room schoolhouses.
Read Daughter of the Sandhills to appreciate this quaint lifestyle and gain respect for the pioneer life with its tears, hard work, fun, and laughter.
About the Author
A. Louise Hill is a widow and has written between one and two thousand poems. She has two children, who are both married, three grandchildren, two step-children, and several great-grandchildren. She loves to can fruit, vegetables, and meat for the winter months. Ms. Hill also loves to fish, play the piano, read, and reach out to those who are hurting.