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by Lola Harvey

Derevnia's Daughters: Saga of an Alaskan Village epub ebook

Author: Lola Harvey
Category: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Sunflower University Press; F First Edition Used edition (March 29, 1991)
Pages: 489 pages
ISBN: 089745135X
ISBN13: 978-0897451352
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 503
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Reviews (5)
ChallengeMine
I bought this book because it talks about some of my family members. Being mostly based on letters, it is kind of slow. However, it was very informative.

RuTGamer
I am extremely pleased with my book. Not only is it in perfect shape, but it is signed by the author. Much better than I expected! Thank you, rate this a 6 star!

Qudanilyr
The author has written an interesting book helping modern readers to visit a time from the past. Because I was born in Kodiak, Alaska and lived in Afognak, the location of the book, it was even more fascinating to me. The lady at the center of the book lived long enough that the author could read her the book before she died.

Best West
"Derevnia's Daughters" is a non-fiction account of a pioneer family living near Kodiak, Alaska from 1889-1964. The story was taken mostly from letters, diaries and interviews of the family involved. It tends to drag a bit toward the end, but the early descriptions of life on a remote Alaskan island are very enjoyable. I live in Kodiak, and it was fun to read the story and pick up bits of history and ancient gossip. Even if I didn't live here, though, I'd recommend it.

Ballalune
I remeber when I was 8 or 9, my grandmother kept correspondance with Lola Harvey to assist her in writing this book about my ancestors. It was such a huge event in our house when the book was published and our signed copy was delivered. On the cover was a photo of my great-grandmother and the shall she is wearing is now mine. When I was old enough to finally read this book, I was captivated by the detail and affection Harvey used. It opened my eyes to an era I will never see and because of it I can understand and relate to my grandmother's stories of her childhood even better

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