The story is one of hardship and hope.
Talbott appeared in numerous westerns throughout her career, most notably The Oklahoman 1957; with and , Cattle Empire 1958; with , and the western comedy Alias Jesse James 1959; with Bob Hope, , and.
People read this; people re-circulated this.
Douglas only succeeds in becoming more miserable and turns his back on Christmas; until an important discovery allows him to understand his true purpose and the real meaning of the holiday season.
Mary cannot read or write English, but she encourages Katie to ensure that her children learn the language, and also to begin saving money so she can buy land someday.
New residents mix with old buildings, and a hard-luck history, to create a unique landscape.