5 edition of Memories by Mom, Tales of an Alaskan Homesteader found in the catalog.
Memories by Mom, Tales of an Alaskan Homesteader
by Bear Paw Publishing & Literary Services
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||75|
Bruder, to his credit, pretty much allows the veterans to tell their own stories. While several books about Alaska's bush pilots are available (e.g., The Bush Pilots, Time-Life Bks., ), this is a particularly valuable collection of reminiscences of a bygone era. For aviation buffs and true adventure readers. A very well written book. A fascinating topic of a family who lives on a secluded Alaskan island making their living as salmon fishermen. At times the book weighted down with the weight of the work and the difficulty of relationship. I I needed a little more light and beauty. Still, I'm glad I read this one.4/5(30).
It follows McPhee on a journey into the lives and landscapes of Alaska at a crucial time in its modern history. This is the kind of book that changed people's lives and lead thousands to pack it all in and move to Alaska. The Blue Bear: A True Story of Friendship and Discovery in the Alaskan Wild, by Lynn Schooler. Schooler's on a hero's quest. "(T)his novel captures the world of the Inupiaq of Alaska The book is set in the s, but the tales are from the women's youth, around the late s. The stories range from the everyday — favorite recipes — to legends of giants and spiders that live among the people.
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Memories by Mom #1 by Mary, Halpin. Anchorage, Alaska: Publication Consultants, 01/01/ Perfect Bound. Like New. Memories by Mom -- Tales of an Alaskan Homesteader is an accumulation of humorous stories, all true, of the memories that a mother and daughter have of their lives from the start of their trip to Alaska, to the time they arrived, and their lives living in Alaska.
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Sasser. “Arctic homestead” is a book were a family moved from America to Alaska. This book contains a lot of action, thought, and surprises. The main characters are, Les, Sid, Sean, Tom, Cara, and Cora.
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Letters From Happy Valley: Memories of an Alaska Homesteader’s Son, by Dan L. Walker. Ember Press, pages. No roundup of Alaskan literature would be complete without a mention of a piece by Jack London. The Call of the Wild was London’s first book—he’d go on to write more than 50 fiction and nonfiction works about Alaska over the next 17 years.
He’d come to Alaska not to write, though. Instead, he’d hoped to strike it rich panning for gold. The first book deals with the story of how our sleuth, Meg, acquires the orchard.
The next one deals with Meg learning how to operate the orchard. This third one deals with what is happening on the farm during the time just after the harvest. A blizzard dumps 3 feet of snow on the area just when our Meg’s old furnace goes out. And while everyone—truly, everyone—has stories to tell, sometimes it’s the stories we can’t tell that may resonate; the ones we have to search for, feel rather than see, that come forth.
Just because I am not relating specific details of memories of my mother in this passage, it was worthwhile for me to write—cathartic, yes, but.