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Six Generations of Richardsons: To and from the Big Muddy Valley By Gregory N Richardson
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This book presents the stories of the first six generations of the Richardson branch of the author’s family in North America. The story begins in 1774 when John Richardson travels from... More > Yorkshire, England to what became Sackville, New Brunswick, Canada. Settling on land originally homesteaded by politically displaced Acadians, John and two subsequent generations of Christopher’s spend their lives farming in Sackville. In 1883, Robert Hay, John’s great grandson, moves his family from their farm in Sackville to a homestead 3 miles east of Custer City, South Dakota in the heart of the Black Hills. While failing in its goal of saving Robert’s wife Annie from Tuberculosis, it brought our family to the American West. After his death in 1897, three of Robert’s sons, Fred, Bob, and Will, joined forces to create the Richardson Brothers Ranch in the Big Muddy Valley in what is now Sheridan County, Montana.< Less
Life Is What "You" Make It By Grandpa Charlie
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This book of poems contains the entire works of Grandpa Charlie. Initially these poems where contained in six separate books. The first five contained the poems in the actual chronological order that... More > they were composed. A sixth book contained a compilation of all the short humorous poems composed at that time. The titles of these books were: • THE WAY I SEE IT • TAKE ANOTHER LOOK • DON’T LOOK BACK • NOW LOOK AT THIS • DON’T OVERLOOK IT • THE STUMBLING BLOCKS OF LIFE The poems presented in this book have been grouped into thirteen categories, see below, that best define the nature of poems. Many of the poems are based on actual events that were experienced by the author during his seventy five years of living.Categories of poems: Nature - Nostalgia - Philosophy - On Poetry - Member Contests - South Dakota - Living on the Farm - Kid Adventures - Adult Narratives - Memorials/Tributes - Burlesque Humor - Limerick Humor -< Less
A Waterfowler's Tale: For Those Who Like to Hunt Ducks: Stories of Family, Hunting, Dogs, Decoys and Other Odds and Ends By Jay Gore
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One person's love affair with duck hunting, and all things that go with the sport: guns, dogs, decoys, duck conservation and photography. Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is... More > where Jay Gore spent much of the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots on family farms. Millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration provided many opportunities to hone his waterfowling skills. Pursuing these waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for six years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service.< Less
A Waterfowler's Tale: For Those Who Like to Hunt Ducks By Jay Gore
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One person's love affair with duck hunting, and all things that go with the sport: guns, dogs, decoys, duck conservation and photography. Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri... More > is where Jay Gore spent much of the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots on family farms. Millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration provided many opportunities to hone his waterfowling skills. Pursuing these waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for six years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service.< Less
Is Life Worth Living Without Labs? By Jay
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Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is where Jay Gore spent the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots at his families’ farm. He hunted... More > the millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration. This horde of waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for 6 years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service. His first Labrador retriever possessed him at age 26 while living in Tennessee. He often wonders why people make the mistake of owning dog breeds other than Labs. After all, Labs are the perfect dog, not that he’s biased or anything like that!< Less
Is Life Worth Living Without Labs? By Jay
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Near the banks of the Missouri River in northwest Missouri is where Jay Gore spent the first 18 years of his life. At age 10, he hunted small game in woodlots at his families’ farm. He hunted... More > the millions of ducks and geese that used the Missouri River as a corridor for migration. This horde of waterfowl gave Mr. Gore the spark to pursue a career in wildlife management. He obtained BS (1963) and MS (1965) degrees at South Dakota State University and the University of Maine respectively. He was a senior waterfowl biologist for 6 years with the Tennessee Fish and Game Commission. He had a 30-year career with three Federal agencies, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and USDA Forest Service. His first Labrador retriever possessed him at age 26 while living in Tennessee. He often wonders why people make the mistake of owning dog breeds other than Labs. After all, Labs are the perfect dog, not that he’s biased or anything like that!< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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