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The Last Village Smithy: Memories of a Small Town in the New England Hills

Ray Glabach

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ISBN 10: 1456759019 / ISBN 13: 9781456759018
Published by AuthorHouse Publishing
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Paperback. 388 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.9in.The Last Village Smithy is a book of true stories about life in the very small New England town of Leyden, MA during the 1950s. Written by the son of the village blacksmith who served the town and surrounding areas for 66 years, many of the tales revolve around experiences of the blacksmith, his family, and events at the blacksmith shop. Other stories relate first hand experiences of New England hill country life in the mid-20th century including one-room schools, the volunteer fire department, and lives of local farmers and loggers. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781456759018

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Title: The Last Village Smithy: Memories of a Small...

Publisher: AuthorHouse Publishing

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The Last Village Smithy is a book of true stories about life in the very small New England town of Leyden, MA during the 1950s. Written by the son of the village blacksmith who served the town and surrounding areas for 66 years, many of the tales revolve around experiences of the blacksmith, his family, and events at the blacksmith shop. Other stories relate first hand experiences of New England hill country life in the mid-20th century including one-room schools, the volunteer fire department, and lives of local farmers and loggers.

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I've lost count of the number of readers who have told me how my book has brought back memories of their own about growing up in a mid-20th century environment. It's wonderful to bring so many smiles to so many faces. Younger readers too have thanked me for painting a picture in their minds of how their parents and grandparents lived in the years before TV, iPads, and cell phones... in some cases, before electricity and telephones were common.

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