Congratulations (and tres bien!) to Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ (ASH Saint Charles 1958) and Frances Gimber, RSCJ (Atherton/Menlo Park 1951; Manhattanville College 1955), who have collaborated on a 2-volume set of the collected works of St. Philippine Duchesne!
Her complete writings were published in 2017 in French, and now have been released in English.
The writings of Saint Philippine — 658 letters, five journals and other documents — constitute a major primary source of information about the primitive life of her years on the Missouri frontier, as well as the speed of colonization that soon turned that frontier into a melting pot of religions, political views and economic development. The writings cover Philippine’s 34 years in North America, depicting what historians of pioneer American Catholicism widely recognize as an heroic life. These two volumes represent the first time all of her writings have been available to readers and researchers.
"Philippine Duchesne, Pioneer on the American Frontier (1769-1852): Complete Works Volume 1-2"
EDITED BY: Marie-France Carreel, RSCJ, and Carolyn Osiek, RSCJ
TRANSLATED BY: Frances Gimber, RSCJ
Volume 2: https://smile.amazon.com/Philippine-Duchesne-American-Frontier-1769-1852/dp/0997132957/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?keywords=Philippine+Duchesne%2C+Pioneer+on+the+American+Frontier+%281769-1852%29+Volume+2%3A&qid=1558406207&s=gateway&sr=8-1-fkmrnull