Review of Patrick O'Brian's novel, The Golden Ocean.
During his first year in the area, Ferrell was careful to get to know as many people as possible to make his services known to them. He joined the volunteer militia. He did work for Joseph Barker. He bought his farm from Ephraim Cutler. He supported the Coonskin Library.
Levi and Otis Weston enjoyed the fine spring day by taking a walking tour of their neighborhood. Anniversaries were celebrated by many of the businesses in Oak Springs. Changes occurred at churches.
This episode wraps up the 40 episodes series where the focus of attention has been Levi Weston and his family in "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories.
A historical short story. The story of a boy's journey into manhood. Most of the illustrations have been drawn and painted and photographed by the author.
A review of author George Orwell's 1934 historical fiction novel, "Burmese Days"
An in depth review of Philippa Gregory's novel "The White Queen" the story of Elizabeth Woodville the Queen of Edward IV of York.
Levi Weston noticed the changes in Oak Springs as 1880 turned to 1881. The new Town Marshall made a difference in community security. Trey Parks took a bride and the entire family celebrated.
Levi Weston learned of the specific plans of many of his friends and neighbors as they planned their return to Oak Creek Township and the town of Oak Springs following devastation in the Civil War.
The passing of an early pioneer in the valley was mourned by the entire community. Life moved on, of course, including marriages and birthdays. Some young people were taking on more responsibilities.