This book depicts the birth of a Lancaster County, Pennsylvania business and the effects that it had on the local culture. Not incidental is a teenager gone astray in the nineteen-fifties, and a one room Amish school that burned to the ground.
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It has been both fun and painful reliving the early events of my life. I believe others will find it interesting to see how the promotion of tourism changed the Lancaster County area as well as my own family. The family business, Dutch Haven, flourished while inwardly I blamed it for many of the troubles that affected my own life. It grieves me that my involvement in the Amish schoolhouse fire caused hurt to such innocent people. It is my hope that this public apology in some way atones for this misdeed.About the Author:
Janetmae Weaver is a native of Lancaster, Pennsylvania but has also resided in New York, Tennessee, Mississippi and Florida. As of this writing she and her husband are happily living in Florida. Although she would have loved to spend her life writing, living took up most of her time. She has worn many hats in order to support herself, from serving tables to managing businesses. Janetmae has written for newspapers and magazines, both prose and poetry. Much of her writing comes from colorful experiences in her own life, as does this, her first book.
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