Quotation by Sue Sanders

...no matter what happened, no one could take our heritage away from us. This heritage meant that we had strong bodies, pride, and will power. We could never get so poor that we couldn't work our way out. Through droughts, floods, and tornadoes we could stick and work.
Sue Sanders, U.S. oil producer. Our Common Herd, ch. 8 (1940).

Sanders's father had died when she was five. Within two years, she, her older sister, and their mother were successfully carrying out all the work of the farm he had cultivated.
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