When Weavers Wove PDF download by Fred L Wintle

When Weavers Wove

iUniverse, Inc.
Publication date: January 2007
ISBN: 9780595866571
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)


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This story begins on Lower Spring Street at the house where I grew up with four sisters and a younger brother in the fifties. The essence of the book really begins with the reader standing on the knoll in the hollow behind Poirier's Market and Field's Garage, which are both situated on Spring Street. I invite you to stroll with me through the streets of a small Maine Mill Town. When Weavers Wove is the story of every small town New England family who lived during the tumultuous transition from Industrial Age to baby boomers of the sixties and seventies and the loss of their innocence. It is an embellished view written by a fifth generation Yankee blessed with the gift of knowing people and capturing their stories from the 19th, 20th, and 21st century. When Weavers Wove is a collection of short stories written to capture the taste, smell, sounds, and realities of a by gone era. An era that looms large in our memories. An era which, in no small way, still longs for its innocence. When Weavers Wove is by and large a work of nonfiction written as a stroll through Dexter, Maine, a small New England Mill town, which typifies the birth and end of the Industrial Age.
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