Memories of the Way it Was
Alene Veatch Dunn (Author)
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Stories of times gone by, methods of accomplishing regular chores in homes, lack of money with lots of hard work are the main focus of this book. Times we do not want to forget but hope to share them with our children and grandchildren so they can understand where their roots lie in this country of America. You will read about families farming and working together to raise their food, how they work at whatever they can find, their family life and their faith in their service to God. How their pets are important, antidotes of the children and what made our worlds safe and sound. You will laugh, remember and maybe shed a tear or two as you look back at the way it was.
September 01, 2020
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.32 inches | 0.46 pounds
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About the Author
ALENE VEATCH DUNN writes stories about growing up in East Texas and about the people who lived there. She is an avid genealogist and has followed her family history to the 1600's. Her wish is to cherish their stories and never let these memories die, by passing them onto others. She hopes these stories will touch her readers in some way bringing back precious memories. She is an active member of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas, Daughters of the American Revolution, and. is a member of the Jasper Church of Christ. She has two sons and one precious daughter-in-law plus two granddaughters. Alene has published two books, writes family history, scrapbooks, teaches Bible Class, an avid reader and loves spending time with her family.