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Here's Fifty: The First Hundred Years Are the Hardest. Edmund T. Mazur - Garth Clark Dawson
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Children often wish they knew more about their parents, and the author gives his kids a picture of what it was like, growing up in the 1940,s as an only child, on a farm, attending a one room school. He explains the responsibilities farm children accept, the chores they do, the farm tasks they carry out. He tells of a unique relationship with animals, as working tools, as pets and as products. He talks about the war years and how it affected farm families and communities. He tells of his Children often wish they knew more about their parents, and the author gives his kids a picture of what it was like, growing up in the 1940,s as an only child, on a farm, attending a one room school. He explains the responsibilities farm children accept, the chores they do, the farm tasks they carry out. He tells of a unique relationship with animals, as working tools, as pets and as products. He talks about the war years and how it affected farm families and communities. He tells of his college experience and of migrating to Chicago, looking for adventure. He tells about meeting their mother in the big city and the challenge for each of them adjusting to the totally different upbringing and lifestyle of the other. He discusses jobs as a taxi driver and a mechanic before starting a career in law enforcement with the Chicago Police Department, and tells of experiences as a city patrolman, a detective, and later as Police Chief in small Nebraska Communities. He reminisces about the family during these years, his wife and four children, the places they lived, people they knew and pets they owned and the fun times they had. Books, Biography & Autobiography~~General, Heres-Fifty~~Garth-Clark-Dawson, 999999999, Here's Fifty: The First Hundred Years Are the Hardest. Edmund T. Mazur, Garth Clark Dawson, 0595527442, iUniverse, Incorporated, , , , , iUniverse, Incorporated

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Children often wish they knew more about their parents, and the author gives his kids a picture of what it was like, growing up in the 1940,s as an only child, on a farm, attending a one room school. He explains the responsibilities farm children accept, the chores they do, the farm tasks they carry out. He tells of a unique relationship with animals, as working tools, as pets and as products. He talks about the war years and how it affected farm families and communities. He tells of his college experience and of migrating to Chicago, looking for adventure. He tells about meeting their mother in the big city and the challenge for each of them adjusting to the totally different upbringing and lifestyle of the other. He discusses jobs as a taxi driver and a mechanic before starting a career in law enforcement with the Chicago Police Department, and tells of experiences as a city patrolman, a detective, and later as Police Chief in small Nebraska Communities. He reminisces about the family during these years, his wife and four children, the places they lived, people they knew and pets they owned and the fun times they had. Garth Clark Dawson, Books, Biography and Memoir, Here's Fifty: The First hundred Years are the Hardest. Edmund T. Mazur Books>Biography and Memoir, Iuniverse

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780595527441
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0595527442
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: Xlibris Corporation
280 Pages
Poids: 0,413 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0595527442

ISBN - Autres types d'écriture:
0-595-52744-2, 978-0-595-52744-1


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