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Old 08-08-2016, 07:02 PM   #7
DaveO
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Again, thank you for pointing me to a terrific book written by the person who lived it. "Big Moose Station" is obviously a labor of love by the author. It was easy to skim the minutiae of who married whom and who lived where when, and ignore the typos. The numerous collective oral stories interspersed throughout are fascinating, entertaining and informative. So interesting are the many stories that shed light on the customs, outlooks, and conflicts, based on various ethnic, immigrant, language, and religious groups, and their ways of recreating, interacting, and making a living.
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