Pioneer Mother: The Memoirs of Lillie Belle Grisham Parmenter Horn
Xlibris Corporation, Aug 13, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 230 pages
At the request of her children and grandchildren, Lillie Belle Parmenter Horn has written the following history and memoirs of her life. She had what few years of schooling were attainable in the 1800s. There was no punctuation whatsoever in the original manuscript which she wrote in long hand. She read voraciously. When her grandsons lived with her while they attended college, she read their textbooks.
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