Maude (1883-1993): She Grew Up With The Country - Inspirational Book for the New Millennium Daily Edition

 

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Caught your interest? Then you'll love this 110-year journey from oil lamps to electrified cities, from the horse and buggy to the man on the moon. Maude started married life in 1903 at the age of 19, four months pregnant. She lived through two world wars, the Great Depression and into the Space Age, through personal hardships, triumphs and tragedies.

She became the grandmother we all wish we had. This remarkable book, now in its third printing, will expand your horizons and enrich your life. more...
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Gift Maude: 1883-1993 She Grew Up with the Country makes an excellent gift for friends, family and yourself. You can purchase this book, by simply clicking on the Book Clearing House link. Distributed by Baker & Taylor and Book Clearing House. Purchase an E-book of Maude
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Talking Book for the Blind
Maude is now a Talking Book for the Blind, available from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, [Washington, D.C.] Book Number: RC 61761
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Maude "provides a human face to history." Click here to read history-net review.
Excerpt from Maude...
The Wedding, the Belling, & the Unknown - Maude's recollection of the dreaded "belling" --the first incident of married life--was vivid. "It was exciting rather than terrifying." more...
Happy Home Recipe
  • 2 cups love
  • 3 cups forgiveness
  • 1 large bunch smiles
  • 2 spoons tenderness
  • 1 barrel laughter
  • 2 cups loyalty
  • 1 cup friendship
  • 5 spoons hope
  • 4 quarts faith
  • 3 pints consideration
  Serve daily in generous helpings.
  - Sandy Jo Drebenstedt