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REVIEWS • 199 granddaughter Kathleen notes that Ellen was not put out by disarray or unusual situations, finding her teaching more important than household chores and even than writing letters. Fortunately, she did write, well and often, never allowing interruptions-sometimes weeks passed between her beginning and ending a letter-to stop the flowing accounts of her decade in Alaska a century ago.doi:10.14430/arctic676 fatcat:kfa5ampscngsdmt2pboo2esrp4