Phi Draco, Jan 1, 2004 - 69 pages
The author takes us on a journey through childhood places of play along the West bank of the Missouri River, through a surprise encounter with Indian mounds. Society in general is dealt with in a cute time travel story of placing yourself in a self taught history of the world.
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