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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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For example, the controversial Within Our Gates (1920) is sharply critical in its depiction of a white lynch mob; in The Symbol of the Unconquered (1920), a story of the frontier that takes several plot points from The Homesteader, the role of the villain is filled primarily by the Ku Klux Klan.
At this time, market piglets are often purchased by farmers and homesteaders. It's important to know piglet care facts.
According to some accounts, the first of more than 1.6 million homesteaders was Daniel Freeman, who reportedly filed his claim in Brownsville, Nebraska, a few minutes after midnight on Jan.
Left: Nathan Burke with Willamalane Park and Recreation District uses a wet soil mixture to fill in the spaces between logs on this replica of William and Eliza Masterson's Springfield homesteader cabin.
IF RAFAEL NADAL was a movie character, he would be the headstrong son of an Apache chief on a lone mission to scalp a family of unsuspecting homesteaders.
With the added Truss Plant in 1986, Homesteader's now provides both the homeowner and general contractor with the efficiency of "one-stop shopping."
However, the list of shotguns that a homesteader needs to gather food is relatively short.
Ruby Blume is an artist and former radical puppeteer who is also a mostly self-taught homesteader. Her Institute of Urban Homesteading offers a range of popular classes that have so far helped over two thousand people develop their skills.
But to claim Micheaux as a Black Turnerian is not to say that Micheaux was necessarily a successful Western homesteader, for he was not.
But the beautiful thing about being countryside, about being a homesteader, is that there are so many different ways to be one.
Bears are among the worthiest contenders with which a homesteader will ever share the land.