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On Grandfather's Farm

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Take a Trip Back in Time to When Family & ‘Life on the Farm’ Proved Stronger Than the Great Depression, World War II & More! The Moloney family has put down strong roots in Marion County, Ohio … roots that can be traced back to one location – a 230-acre farm in Centerville, Ohio. This is the farm that was first created by Bryan Moloney, one of the best known pioneer farmers of Prospect Township. This is the farm where Ruth Moloney Cowgill, her sister and her brothers grew up. This is the farm that provides the central location for Ruth’s new book, “On Grandfather’s Farm,” which delves into her family’s history in Marion County and her own recollections of growing up during the tumultuous period in American history that stretched from the beginning of the Great Depression to the end of World War II. A Bond of Family Love was Created During the Great Depression & World War II as We Struggled for Survival ‘On... More > Grandfather’s Farm’ ...< Less
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ISBN
9780978787271
Edition
First Edition
Published
January 22, 2013
Language
English
Pages
143
File Format
PDF
File Size
1.3 MB

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