Fulton Books author Ruth Carlson Wareham has completed her most recent book "Midwestern Pioneers Second Generation: My Mother's Stories of Growing up on a Kansas Farm, Early 1900's": a fascinating memoir detailing the author's childhood in the early 20th century, edited and published by the author's daughter, Linda Scales.
"'Kansas Pioneers, Second Generation' is my mother's story about growing up on a Kansas farm in the early 1900s," writes Scales. "Her stories include how her family came to be in Kansas, arriving from Sweden, Scotland, and from Wisconsin by way of a Conestoga wagon driven by a woman. Other stories are about encounters with Native Americans, gypsies, hobos, and peddlers. She describes how the family with eight children could survive, feed, and clothe themselves, almost completely self-sustained. She tells stories of some of the farm animals, growing a garden, and being educated in a one-room country school. Life on the farm did not initially include inside water or plumbing, electricity, telephones, cars, or gas-powered farm vehicles."
Published by Fulton Books, Ruth Carlson Wareham's book is a detailed and personal look back at a bygone era, providing intimate knowledge of how experiences and how things used to be done by those living in the early 1900s. Through the author's writings, readers will be transported back in time and learn from first-hand accounts exactly what life was like, and how one survived in a more primitive time without modern conveniences and luxuries.
Readers who wish to experience this mesmerizing work can purchase "Midwestern Pioneers Second Generation: My Mother's Stories of Growing up on a Kansas Farm, Early 1900's" at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes & Noble.
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