A Midwestern Life

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AuthorHouse, Feb 23, 2011 - Biography & Autobiography - 120 pages

Speaking to his daughter in his own unique style of story-telling, an elderly man relates his personal journey through eight decades of life in the Midwest. He vividly recollects growing up during the Depression, proudly serving during World War II, owning a lakeside resort in central Minnesota, and finally retiring to a quiet country home.

 

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Contents

EARLY LIFE 1
1
WORLD WAR II 5 3 1
39
BRAINERD MINNESOTA 6 4 8
68
HUNTING AND FISHING 8 5 3
83
PILLAGER YEARS 10 6 7
107
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About the author (2011)

Barbara Stegeman was born and raised in Minnesota where her father and mother still live. She graduated from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud, MN, with a BS in English and psychology. In 1965 she moved from Minnesota to Colorado where she taught high school English and psychology for eighteen years, eventually relocating to Florida where she completed another sixteen years of teaching before retiring in 2002. Barbara greatly enjoys time spent with her family(particularly two adorable grandsons), traveling, good books and movies, and cooking. She currently resides on the beautiful barrier island of Anna Maria on the Gulf coast of Florida.

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