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About the Author: Honoré Willsie Morrow

Born in Ottumwa, Iowa in 1880, Morrow went on to graduate with a history degree from the University of Wisconsin She then married Henry Willsie and moved to Arizona, publishing her first novel, Heart of the Desert , in 1913 and working as editor of women s magazine The Delineator from 1914 1919 She divorced Willsie in 1922 and remarried a year later to William Morrow, a publisher, who died in 1

10 thoughts on “On to Oregon!

  1. says:

    My fourth grade teacher read this enthralling story of the Oregon Trail to our class, and everyone listened attentively, some even crying at the sad bits For me, it was also the first book that inspired research I remember going to the well stocked school library immediately after Miss Barnes finished reading to find a book about Narcissa Whitman Unfortunately, I was devastated when I found out what had happened to her, but there s biography for you no guaranteed happy ending.Honore Morrow wa...

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    First sentence This is the story of a great boy pioneer Perhaps there have been other boy pioneers, thirteen years of age, who were as great as John Sager, but, if so, I have not heard about them.Premise plot Seven Alone is based on the true story of the Sager family It was originally published as On to Oregon in 1926 It was retitled Seven Alone in the 1970s when a movie adaptation was made Henry and Naomi Sager had seven children John, Francis, Catherine, Elizabeth, Matilda, Louisa, and Henrietta Their seventh was born on the Oregon Trail Both parents died on their way west first the father and then the mother Before she died she urged her oldest, John, to keep the family together no matter what.The book chronicles their journey from start to finish Even if the parents had not died, it would have been a difficult, near impossible journey for a family to make The trail was unkind to all alike men, women, children, babies There were many, many dangers No day was without risks and dangers.The last third of the book has John and his siblings essentially traveling the trail on their own as they seek in vain, for the most part to catch up with the wagon train The wago...

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    I first read this book under the title of Seven Alone around 1977 and it so captured my imagination that I felt compelled to read it again now, as an adult On to Oregon or Seven Alone is the fascinating true account of the 7 Sager children, orphaned on the Oregon Trail in 1844, who chose to continue the perilous journey without their parents Led by the oldest brother, 13 yr old John Sager, the Sager children continued an additional 1000 miles of the trail, mostly alone and mostly on foot, after their parents deaths Along the way, they encountered hostile Indi...

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    I think this is a great book for boys It is a fictionalized version of the true story of the Sager children The real life connection with the Whitmans is interesting Written in the twenties, it s worth reading even with the fiction parts because of the strong message on becoming...

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    This was NY Times columnist Nicholas Kristof s list of favorite children s books, which he published earlier this year I hadn t heard of it before that Written in 1926, it tells the true story of seven children who make their way west in the 1940s after their parents have died It wasn t clear from the jacket copy that this was based on fact, but it does become obvious as the story unfold...

  6. says:

    This is as gripping a pioneer story as I ve ever read It s based on the true story of the Sager family, who left Missouri for Oregon in the 1840s, decades before Laura Ingalls Wilder s family made their famous journey west The Sagers weren t as lucky as the Wilders both on the tr...

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    My fourth grade teacher, Mrs Diller read this to us and I thought it was wonderful Now, after listening to it again after all of these years, I m sure of it It s a great read aloud and a nice tie in to the history of the Oregon Trail A bit of trivia for youHonore Morrow was wife to William...

  8. says:

    I have this book as The Splendid Journey , picked it up in a jumble sale, hard cover What a lovely surprise A Children s book that is historical, full of adventure, and has many points to discuss or thi...

  9. says:

    I loved this true story of a 13 year old boy whose parents both die on the Oregon Trail, and he gets his 6 younger siblings including a newborn baby safely to Oregon Incredible story.

  10. says:

    I am reading this to the class, although the name of the book is different On to Oregon is the story of the Sager family.

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