Anonymous (20th Century)

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G. Braziller, 1962 - Architecture - 254 pages
This collection consists of a diary kept by a storeowner and farmer who lived near Pomona, Michigan. It includes information on social events and the local activities of the Women's Christian Temperance Union, as well as the author's personal life. It also includes a detailed record of births, marriages, and deaths in the small towns along the railroad line between Harlan, Pomona, and Coperush, Michigan.

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Contents

Introduction
7
A Choice in the Confusion
11
Happiness and Unhappiness of Man
30
Copyright

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