(1853 - 1936)
Sallie Cover was active/lived in Washington, Nebraska, Indiana. Sallie Cover is known for farm scene painting, regionalism.
Biography Sallie Cover
In 1880s and 1890s, Sallie Cover was an early Nebraska settler, who is known in that state for her painting, The Homestead of Ellsworth L. Ball, oil on canvas and 19.5 X 23 inches. The subject was a neighbor's farm. She was likely about 37 years old when she completed the painting.
In Nebraska, Sallie Cover was living as a homesteader with her husband William Fernando Cover, whom she married in 1878 shortly before they had arrived in that state. Indicative of the couple not succeeding as homesteaders is their being settled by 1892 in Granite, Montana. William Cover was killed there in a silver mining accident, and the widowed Sallie spent the next seven years in Ogden, Utah and then moved to Butte, Montana. In 1900, she
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