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Pastures Green By Laura May Harris
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On the pages of her book Laura May Harris weaves a memorial to five generations of men and women who carved out a life on the family homestead. This very personal family perspective chronicles the... More > lives of some of the earliest pioneers and their descendants - many of whom have contributed their memories to this rich anthology. She aptly chose the following quote to describe the philosophy for her forebearers: "We will not follow where the path may lead, but we will go where there is no path, and we will leave a trail." (Muriel Strode)< Less
Echo By Laura May Harris
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Born in 1924, Laura May Harris uses her vivid memory and unique writing skills to create a series of rustic tales which not only illustrate family life at the beginning of the 20th century, during... More > the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, but also illuminates the author's own personal journey from farm to forces to frontier. And anchoring those vignettes are various adventures unfolding during the same era, but well-beyond her own doorstep. Echo is a thoroughly enjoyable read. For today's youth, it allows them to walk a mile in the footsteps of their grandparents; for today's seniors resting up for the next lap of life's journey, it gives them license to smile.< Less
Their Land of Promise By Laura May Harris
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Although they grew up a mere fifteen miles apart, two young homestead adults meet by chance in the fledgling Lower Canada of the mid-eighteen hundreds. Their parents, however, had arrived into that... More > wilderness area a quarter-century earlier from distant and culturally-diverse parts of the world. 'Their Land Of Promise' travels to those distant lands; breathes life and love into those parents again; shares their problems; learns their dreams; and eventually it travels with them into Britain's colony, a land full of dense wilderness forests - forests the newcomers challenge with a Bible in one hand and an axe in the other.< Less
Echo By Laura May Harris
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Born in 1924, Laura May Harris uses her vivid memory and unique writing skills to create a series of rustic tales which not only illustrate family life at the beginning of the 20th century, during... More > the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, but also illuminates the author's own personal journey from farm to forces to frontier. And anchoring those vignettes are various adventures unfolding during the same era, but well-beyond her own doorstep. Echo is a thoroughly enjoyable read. For today's youth, it allows them to walk a mile in the footsteps of their grandparents; for today's seniors resting up for the next lap of life's journey, it gives them license to smile.< Less
Pastures Green By Laura May Harris
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On the pages of her book Laura May Harris weaves a memorial to five generations of men and women who carved out a life on the family homestead. This very personal family perspective chronicles the... More > lives of some of the earliest pioneers and their descendants - many of whom have contributed their memories to this rich anthology. She aptly chose the following quote to describe the philosophy for her forebearers: "We will not follow where the path may lead, but we will go where there is no path, and we will leave a trail." (Muriel Strode)< Less
Their Land of Promise By Laura May Harris
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Although they grew up a mere fifteen miles apart, two young homestead adults meet by chance in the fledgling Lower Canada of the mid-eighteen hundreds. Their parents, however, had arrived into that... More > wilderness area a quarter-century earlier from distant and culturally-diverse parts of the world. 'Their Land Of Promise' travels to those distant lands; breathes life and love into those parents again; shares their problems; learns their dreams; and eventually it travels with them into Britain's colony, a land full of dense wilderness forests - forests the newcomers challenge with a Bible in one hand and an axe in the other.< Less
Their Land of Promise By Laura May Harris
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Although they grew up a mere fifteen miles apart, two young homestead adults meet by chance in the fledgling Lower Canada of the mid-eighteen hundreds. Their parents, however, had arrived into that... More > wilderness area a quarter-century earlier from distant and culturally-diverse parts of the world. 'Their Land Of Promise' travels to those distant lands; breathes life and love into those parents again; shares their problems; learns their dreams; and eventually it travels with them into Britain's colony, a land full of dense wilderness forests - forests the newcomers challenge with a Bible in one hand and an axe in the other.< Less
Pastures Green By Laura May Harris
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On the pages of her book Laura May Harris weaves a memorial to five generations of men and women who carved out a life on the family homestead. This very personal family perspective chronicles the... More > lives of some of the earliest pioneers and their descendants - many of whom have contributed their memories to this rich anthology. She aptly chose the following quote to describe the philosophy for her forebearers: "We will not follow where the path may lead, but we will go where there is no path, and we will leave a trail." (Muriel Strode)< Less
Echo: Rustic Tales from Here and There By Laura May Harris
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Born in 1924, Laura May Harris uses her vivid memory and unique writing skills to create a series of rustic tales which not only illustrate family life at the beginning of the 20th century, during... More > the Roaring Twenties and the Great Depression, but also illuminates the author's own personal journey from farm to forces to frontier. And anchoring those vignettes are various adventures unfolding during the same era, but well-beyond her own doorstep. Echo is a thoroughly enjoyable read. For today's youth, it allows them to walk a mile in the footsteps of their grandparents; for today's seniors resting up for the next lap of life's journey, it gives them license to smile.< Less