Joanna L. Stratton Message Board

Karyn Mullen posts on 11/20/2013 4:06:14 PM I am looking for information on one of the stories listed in the index of the book "Pioneer Women". It is a relative of mine and would like to read the story she submitted. Please let me know how to contact Joanna Stratton's representatives.
John L. Moore posts on 4/13/2008 11:26:52 PM I am a rancher, novelist, and journalist in Montana. While laid-up with a bad back my with brought Pioneer Women home from the library. Terrific book, especially considering Ms. Stratton's age when she wrote it.
Susan posts on 4/2/2007 4:33:53 PM I would ike to contact Joanna Stratton. I have written a book about a Kansas Woman Pioneer and wonder if she would consider reviewing it and writing a comment. Susan

Jon posts on 3/23/2007 11:33:36 PM Please email me Joanna Stratton's contact information. Thank you.
posts on 5/9/2006 5:54:17 PM Dear Joe, My suggestion, before mailing the book to Ms. Stratton might be to write her a nice letter telling her how much you enjoy her writing and ask her permission to send the book. Mary Trotter Kion
posts on 5/7/2006 3:17:58 PM What would be the chances of getting Joanna to sign my hardcover first edition copy? Could I mail it to her? What is she doing now? Thank you.
kathy moorhead posts on 11/16/2005 2:30:54 PM Our garden club has been given permission to plant a history garden on the mission site. We want to dedicate each flower or plant to a kansas woman, indian and pioneer,and would like to make a booklet that tells a short story for every flower. We would like permission to include short excerpts from your book PIONEER WOMEN. WE WILL OF COURSE GIVE CREDIT, AND would like to have copies available at our giftshop.

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