- The town was roaring—wide open like a frontier village, making no effort to cover its vices and sins.4.37 (88% in)
- The Yankees are recruiting men for frontier service to fight the Indians, recruiting them from among Confederate prisoners.2.16 (95% in)
- Yankee families of wealth sent young sons to the South to pioneer on the new frontier, and Yankee officers after their discharge took up permanent residence in the town they had fought so hard to capture.5.49 (76% in)
There are no more uses of "frontier" in Gone with the Wind.
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