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We Sagebrush Folks: Annie Pike Greenwood's Idaho

Annie Pike Greenwood was a writer, teacher, mother and farmer's wife who lived in south-central Idaho between 1913 and 1928, when the area had just opened to farming. She would turn her notes about her hardscrabble experience into a book, We Sagebrush Folks. Using newfound material, this documentary helps illuminate Greenwood’s life and work and examines how her legacy lives on.

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Greenwood’s grandson H. Kinglsey Thurber III donated a collection of the writer's personal itemsincluding the original manuscript of We Sagebrush Folks, published and unpublished poetry, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs and family historyto the ISU Department of Special Collections and University Archives.

We Sagebrush Folks: Annie Pike Greenwood's Idaho

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We Sagebrush Folks: Annie Pike Greenwood's Idaho
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We Sagebrush Folks: Annie Pike Greenwood's Idaho
Introduction to "We Sagebrush Folks"
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Introduction to "We Sagebrush Folks"
Preview of "We Sagebrush Folks"
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Preview of "We Sagebrush Folks"