From Bowman to Baraboo and Back 2nd Edition

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The Charles Preston Hatchell family boarded a northbound train in the fall of 1920, leaving Bowman, South Carolina behind for the hope, not of wealth or fortune, but merely survival that was promised in Baraboo, Wisconsin. A decade later, in the depths of the Great Depression, they embarked on a nearly two thousand mile exodus back home to Carolina on the backs of an old Model-T and a homemade pickup truck forged from a salvaged Hudson Super Six. His family’s passage through hardscrabble times, not unlike what many Americans were dealing with in those days, instilled character, strength, ingenuity and hope into his generation, which would later be referred to as the ‘Greatest Generation’.
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September 29, 2011
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