The World Was My Barnyard
An account of the life & times of the author as he moved along a path that led from his early boyhood home on a small farm on the side of Backbone Mountain in Tucker County, West Virginia, to Rome, Italy, where he served as Deputy Director General of the Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Ralph Phillips has also written of his experiences of unusual travels to several countries. Reprinted, 1996.
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A Farm on Backbone Mountain
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