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Anna and Eugenia Kennicott

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  • Eugenia Ransom Kennicott

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    Portrait of twelve-year-old Eugenia Ransom Kennicott and a dog, Penny, by a picket fence in Westcliffe. An avid photographer, Eugenia lived with her family on a homestead in the Wet Mountain Valley in the early twentieth century. Her photos, along with the diary of her sister Anna, survive to this day and provide valuable insight into Colorado's homesteading era.  
    Eugenia Ransom Kennicott
  • Eugenia Kennicott reading

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    At the Kennicott home on their ranch in Westcliffe, Eugenia Kennicott reads a magazine on a brocade couch.
    Eugenia Kennicott reading
  • Anna T. and Eugenia R. Kennicott

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Additional Information: 

Anna Kennicott and Gertrude Schooley, Learn to Labor and to Wait: 1899 Diary of Anna Kennicott (Westcliffe, CO: Crestone Graphics, 1993).

Dorothy Hinshaw Patent and William Muñoz, Homesteading: Settling America’s Heartland (New York: Walker, 1998).

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