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With dry wit and gentle humor, Bud Anderson fondly recalls the stories of the rugged pioneers, the Native Americans and colorful outsiders, the wildlife and landscape that made Max, Minnesota, "a place like no other."
Except for his years of Army service in the Pacific theater of World War II, Bud was a lifelong Minnesota Northwoods resident. His lumberjack father and Swedish immigrant mother toiled in a range of enterprises, from farming to running a post office, sawmill, wild rice processing center, telephone exchange, general store, and gas station. Their homestead at the edge of the Chippewa National Forest was a focal point that gave Bud a unique perspective into the lives of his Northwoods neighbors.
Enhanced with color and black-and-white photos of historic Max, Minnesota.
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Bernard "Bud" Anderson died on Nov. 1, 1999. Luise, his wife of 50+ years, worked with writer Tom Boeder of Madison, Wisconsin, to bring Bud's memoirs to life in word and photograph.
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