By Silje Swendsen
Blueberry Muffin is the hot woman on the town, and the entire children in Strawberryland imagine she’s nice! but if Ginger Snap feels overshadowed by way of the entire recognition that Blueberry Muffin is getting, she needs that Blueberry had by no means moved to Strawberryland. Strawberry Shortcake steps in to remind all people that outdated associates and new neighbors are both vital.
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The Mormons of Salt Lake were doing so well that Eliza spearheaded forty-three donner party settlers perished in the sierra nevada. qxd 12/27/01 7:13 AM Page 56 an effort to bring in new converts. Mostly immigrants from Britain and Scandinavia, these folks were too poor to afford even a wagon. Three thousand Mormons pulled and pushed wooden carts across the frontier to Salt Lake City between 1856 and 1860. With no children of her own to raise, Eliza threw herself into her leadership role. The highest position a Mormon woman could hold was president of the Relief Society, and Eliza didn’t hesitate to exert inﬂuence.
The separation was granted, and Juana was free. The newly liberated señora continued to do a brisk business and lead a lively social life. Traders from Boston exchanged manufactured goods for Juana’s cowhides (called California banknotes). European and American guests attended parties at Juana’s home during carnival and festival times. Juana’s lively daughters, who liked to play games of catch with confetti-ﬁlled eggs, drew a bevy of suitors. In 1846, great changes shook California. The United States wrested California from Mexico, and two years later gold was discovered in Sutter’s Mill.
In desperation, a few small groups set off through the snow-covered mountains, but only 7 people made it—2 men and 5 women. Only when the 7 staggered into civilization were rescue parties hastily organized. Conditions were so terrible, though, that even some of the rescuers died trying to save the Donner party. Survivor Virginia Reed Murphy was only 12 that horrible winter, but years later she wrote a heartrending memoir of the ordeal and the dramatic rescue of the survivors. You might like to read the book, which is titled Across the Plains in the Donner Party.