homesteader


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homesteader

1. a person owning a homestead
2. US and Canadian a person who acquires or possesses land under a homestead law
3. a person taking part in a homesteading scheme
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The point of The Homesteader is not simply that good and bad behaviors exist but that the very existence of unmanliness threatens the achievements of civilized African Americans such as Baptiste, whose success derives from his strong will and self-control.
Micheaux's homesteader undoubtedly holds a great deal of affection for his wife, though Micheaux consistently depicts her as weak and easily swayed by her domineering father and disdainful sister.
On the other hand, a homesteader who understands why it makes perfect sense to be frugal will do a much better job of it, make wiser choices, and enjoy it much more in the process.
3 million GeoCities Homesteaders have created over 29 million pages of personalized content.
Homesteaders have created an estimated 22 million pages of personalized content.
9 million Homesteaders located in GeoCities' 40 themed neighborhoods.
And second, homesteaders deal with many values that are not economic and can't be measured in dollars and cents.
In any event, this might be one more explanation of why homesteaders are so virtuous.
Also in the Sierra Nevada, four separate lightning-ignited fires in and near Yosemite National Park continued to surround 22 turn-of-the-century homesteader canyons in Aspen Valley.
The question, of course, is how a homesteader can profit from a small food production enterprise, when even the large, well-financed up-to-date producers have a long row to hoe.
There is one subject that I feel is very important to the self-reliant homesteader and needs to be addressed.