A neighbor took my father with him and met us at McGregor Landing with an ox team hitched to a prairie schooner.
No, I permit no 'prairie schooner' to stop, even that their oxen may drink.
A prairie schooner should have some sort of a hound following it.
We camped for three weeks, living in our prairie schooner, while the men put up the wild hay.
The wagon had been transformed by a canvas canopy over the bed into what was popularly known as a "prairie schooner."
So now we are all starting early in the morning via a prairie schooner to Boulder.
Observing it, the humorist kindly condescended to explain that "prairie schooner" was the current slang for an emigrant wagon.
You see, my first plan is entirely upset by a prairie schooner, an Indian, and a horse-dealer.
The year before my birth these two young people started West in a prairie schooner to stake a homestead claim.
That would need a prairie schooner—no, a prairie steamboat—a prairie yacht!