“A different world! No one locked their doors. A world without radios, or TVs or even honking cars – where the only sounds to break the silence were birds singing, a dog barking, a creek babbling to itself or the wind whistling through the pines. A wondrous world and time and place for a child to grow up in!” – From the handwritten forward by Caroline Munson Ott.
These two volumes by Caroline Munson Ott describe growing up on her family's farm outside Moscow, Idaho, in the early 1900s. Humorous, heartwarming, and insightful, her stories offer a window into the lives of pioneers of the Palouse.
(Vol. 1: 55 pages; Vol. 2: 60 pages)
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