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Early : Logging Tales Too Human to be Fiction

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ISBN 10: 0970389604 / ISBN 13: 9780970389602
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Easy-to-read, humorous tales of growing up on the family homestead in the Coastal Range foothills in NW Oregon in the first half of the twentieth century and learning to log in order to survive the Great Depression.

About the Author: A retired Family Practice Physician, Mary Jane Nordgren, D.O., is the author of IVAN: the Biography of Ivan U. Marble, Why They Call It FIRST Aid, with Charles E. Pritchard, D.O., and A Multi-Sensory Approach to Processing Information & Learning, with Robert C. Pepper, O.D. plus articles in The Cortdland Forum, Reader's Digest, Post-Graduate Medicine, the D.O. Magazine.

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