Kateri Lodge: The Years We Lived
Join Ron Miller, as he delivers a deeply personal and vibrant recollection of his formative years. The 1900s housed some of history's most interesting groups of people. There was the roaring twenties, prohibition, WWII, and the baby boomers. Miller is a baby boomer from a large family of seven boys. They worked hard, created much of their own entertainment, and became productive American citizens. 'We take so many things for granted—hot and cold running water, warm homes, food on the table, and free education for all K-12 students. As children we learned to do without a lot but children are resilient and with the right guidance overcome enormous barriers and flourish in society. Mom kept us focused on the things we could always afford, education, family, friends and faith.' -Miller Join Ron as he takes you to Kateri Lodge: The Years We Lived.
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The Journey North
The First Season
The First Winter
The Boys Were No Longer Children
Lessons in Life
A Taste of Wine
Returning to Dodgeville
Getting to Know Some of Our People
Home Life and School Changes
In the Beginning
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