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The home place.

Nettie McCormick Henley

The home place.

by Nettie McCormick Henley

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Published by Vantage Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Southern States
    • Subjects:
    • Southern States -- Social life and customs -- 1865-

    • Edition Notes

      Autobiographical.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF210 .H4
      The Physical Object
      Pagination182 p.
      Number of Pages182
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6157534M
      LC Control Number54011893
      OCLC/WorldCa2573840

      There's No Place Like Home (Disney's Out & About With Pooh, Vol. 7) by Inc. Disney Enterprises, Ronald Kidd and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at “The Home Place” is how Lanham refers to his childhood home. His mother and father were hardworking school teachers and farmers on the side, and in the ’60s they built a house in the country called the Ranch, just down the road from Mamatha’s older and much more ramshackle place where Lanham spent most of his time growing up.

      The Home Place is a story of secrets that will not lie still, human bonds that will not break, and crippling memories that will not be silenced. It is a story of rural towns and runaways, of tensions corporate and racial, of childhood trauma and adolescent betrayal, and of the guilt that even forgiveness cannot ease. A native of Edgefield, South Carolina, J. Drew Lanham is the author of The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with Nature, which received the Reed Award from the Southern Environmental Law Center and the Southern Book Prize, and was a finalist for the John Burroughs is a birder, naturalist, and hunter-conservationist who has published essays and poetry in.

      THE HISTORIC HOME PLACE. Old World wisdom and a simple lifestyle. Read More. Your Stay. OUR ROOM SELECTION. Where we are happy to see you and every need is met. Read More. Fresh, Local THOUGHTFULLY PREPARED. The Home Place meat pies are now available for purchase at the Inn.   The Coming Home Place (Monogram) by Mary Spencer, July , Harpercollins (Mm) edition, in English5/5(2).


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It is a love /5(58). The Home Place, by Carrie LaSeur This book has it all: an amazing combination of mystery, romance and family dysfunction, with dark secrets from the past. Above all, it's an ode to kind of pull that brings you back to the place you grew up, even after you've tried to leave it/5().

The Home Place is a pleasant and sometimes insightful read that should inspi I read this memoir as part of a book club selection. I appreciate the author reminding me of the importance of nature and wild life, much of which I've lived detached from/5.

Carrie La Seur makes her remarkable debut with The Home Place, a mesmerizing, emotionally evocative, and atmospheric literary novel in the vein of The House Girl and A Land More Kind Than Home, in which a successful lawyer is pulled back into her troubled family's life in rural Montana in the wake of her sister's death.

The only Terrebonne who made it out, Alma thought she/5. A native of Edgefield, South Carolina, J. Drew Lanham is the author of The Home Place: Memoirs of a Colored Man’s Love Affair with is a birder, naturalist, hunter-conservationist, and an Alumni Distinguished Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Master Teacher at Clemson University.

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Drew Lanham. Reproduced from the edition of The Home Place, the Bison Book edition brings back into print an important early work by one of the most highly regarded of contemporary American Writers. This account in first-person narrative and photographs of the one-day visit of Clyde Muncy to "the home place" at Lone Tree, Nebraska, has been called "as.

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