Trees call for what they need
The story of three women born at the turn of the century and their lives in Town of Pines: Nettie, a woolen mill worker and tenant farmer; Aunt Till, a Spiritualist medium and lesbian; and Marie, a Polish immigrant who own the Poletown bar.
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