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Pre-sale Opportunity for You

Well, the day has come for the task of final proofing the interviews from Women Behind the Plow. The exhibit has been a huge success and will be a featured display the North Dakota Heritage Center from May 1 through … Continue reading

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Imagine being stormed in … for weeks?

It’s been a long time since this blog has seen any real action, however as we begin to earnestly work on the book, Women Behind the Plow, it will again be a snapshot of the rich interviews that have been … Continue reading

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The book is in the works

Work has begun on the Women Behind the Plow Book about life on the farm for the women who supported their husbands, or maybe even took on the chores of a farm as widows. As we work our way through … Continue reading

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The proof is in the mail

It’s pretty nerve wracking to get the proof of a book back from the printers. It means that when you take one last look at it… you let it go. It’s like launching a child after high school. Out into … Continue reading

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Order blank for pre-ordering Ready for School

Here is the order blank for anyone interested in purchasing Ready for School as we get ready to go to print. Pre-orders of 5 books receive one free. Get a copy for every member of your family. Here is the … Continue reading

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A season of passing…

It has been an incredible season of passing, literally‚Ķ coupled with our Christmas celebrations. Counting obituaries, I have reached eight as of yesterday, Dec. 28, when my mother told me her long-time friend Gladys Wittmayer died. As youngsters, we spent … Continue reading

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Sad weekend

Just wanted to alert all our friends that we lost three of the German-Russian ladies that consented to being interviewed for the Tri-County Tourism Alliance projects. Maggie Herr from Maggie’s Cafe Ellen Tuttle who was interviewed at 100 years of … Continue reading

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