Click to preview Stories of Hester Ann Bolin Harvey and Her Family photo book

In the 1920s, Hester Ann Bolin Harvey wrote a short memoir of her life, "Things that I remember," recounting her remarkable journey walking the Oregon Trail as a five year old under the eye of a sadistic uncle, and later her hardscrabble life as a pioneer woman. Her granddaughter, Sybil Plumlee, updated the story with her own memoirs and research, and added many remarkable archival family photos, for a rich volume revealing a personal glimpse into a fascinating historical period.


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Publish Date  July 24, 2007

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  58 pgs Standard Paper

Category  Biographies & Memoirs


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