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The book describes a series of murders perpetrated in the early 1870s by the four members of the so-called Bender family. The murders were committed at a roadside inn, on the prairie, nine miles from Cherryvale, Kansas. The author has sifted the reminiscences of long-forgotten neighbors for revelations; she has searched newspapers of the period and shares newly discovered documents; her skeptical eye examines the conclusions of previous chroniclers.
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Fern Morrow Wood spent her childhood in and around her father's country store in Strauss, Kansas. She started teaching in rural schools at the age of seventeen. Her teaching career continued in the fourth grade classroom in Cherryvale, Kansas, where she presided over the corner room for twenty-six years. Her insights into teaching and managing the elementary classroom have recently been published as Born To Teach. The author has published another historical novel, Pop and Bud, which is the story of her father as a country storekeeper through the Depression years. She has edited the ten-year history of the Southwest Central Region of the American Association of University Women and an anthology, Memories of a Country School, written by members of the Kansas Authors Club.
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Book Description Fern Morrow Wood, 1992. Paperback. Condition: New. Brand New!. Seller Inventory # VIB0960692215
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Book Description Fern Morrow Wood. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 0960692215 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.0530183