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A Story for Generations: Home Front Girl

A Story for Generations: Home Front Girl.

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  1. Can’t wait to read this! My parents homesteaded in Alaska in the late fifty’s with four small children and another one born there. I have all my mom’s letters she wrote to my aunt and lots of other papers and memorabilia. Even though I was only 4 when we began the journey and 9 when we returned, I remember so much and would like to put it all together in a book one day. Thanks for your inspiration!

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  2. What a great experience you can share with the world. It sounds so intriguing! I’m also glad my mom’s and my story has inspired you!

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  3. What a great concept for a book! Since an incident with my grandparents, I have thgouth about different ways to explore and/or share stories from the World War II generation. You might enjoy one article that I published about a photo that took 67 years to arrive — right on time: http://news.yahoo.com/dying-woman-receives-picture-her-dead-husband-211600526.html

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  4. Wow! What an amazing story! That is truly incredible–stories and photos from the past continue to turn up–at the most unexpected moments!

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  5. My fourteen year old daughter is very much into this kind of book. She wrote down the title so she can find it and read it. I think I will read it as well.

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