Come aboard for a review of Michael Crichton's historical fiction novel, Pirate Latitudes.
Births, marriages, death and mortality were on the minds of local citizens as spiritual issues also arose in the community. The people each reacted to the events in their own ways.
Jane McDonald had a long discussion her brother, Lewis Truesdale, about their families, businesses and land holdings. They looked ahead together and discussed each of their goals in related areas.
A look at the life of Jane and Daniel McDonald in the early 1870s after their son, William, began going to school each day. Jane developed some special interests of her own. Book Clubs were active.
This episode wraps up "The Kings of Oak Springs" series of 60 short stories in "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories. They start with the founding stories...
The Kings and the Campbells enjoyed a New Years Day together to open 1882 with all it's hope and promise for new activities and new beginnings. Both Keith and Vic looked forward to college days ahead.
The early years of Oak Springs and the Oak Creek valley through 1881 are summarized in this twentieth episode of this series. The stories continue with Episode 41 of "The Kings of Oak Springs."
Beginning with August 1877, "Life in Oak Springs" is a new series of stories as part of "The Homeplace Saga" series of family saga, historical fiction stories. We feature Russell Nixon, a new writer.
Four teachers at the public school met for dinner and social conversation every Friday night. Alex has announced he will be moving on. This may be the last time they all meet together.
Let's visit the neighborhood barber shop to see what exciting things the men there are talking about today. Women, rain, and rentals. Really exciting, but, keeping it real. Can you visualize Shorty?