Moving Out: A Nebraska Woman's Life

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Moving Out: A Nebraska Woman's Life - Spence, Polly, and Richardson, Karl Spence (Editor)

"Moving Out: A Nebraska Woman's Life" is the autobiography of Polly Spence (1914-98) and an intimate portrait of small-town life in the mid-twentieth century. The descendant of Irish settlers, Polly spent her first fifteen years in Franklin, a village with conservative, puritan religious values in south-central Nebraska. Although Polly's ... Read More

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