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AuthorHouse, May 30, 2007 - Reference - 200 pages

   Alphonsine, a happily married woman living a secure and affluent life in the sophisticated city of Montreal has her life change dramatically when her husband's business suffers a severe blow.

   Her husband's decision to move his familly to the American frontier results in consequences outside of his plan of regaining prosperity in a new country.

   Travel with Alphonsine and her children on their journey west to re-unite with the head of their family, Charles Lariviere, who is already working there in his new job.

   Join this warm and tender French Canadian family as they adapt to life in the small town of Rapid City, nestled in the Black Hills of Dakota Territory.

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About the author (2007)

   Alice Kegley is a graduate of Northern Illinois University.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree with an area of concentration in American History.

   She lives in West Bend, Wisconsin with her husband, Ron.  They  have two sons, three grandchildren, and a great-grandchild.

   Alphonsine, based on her great-great-grandparents re-location from Montreal to Rapid City, is her first book.

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