This title transports the reader back in time to the days when steamboats, buckboards, and gas lighting were common. This memoir delivers tales of one-room schools, of ice harvesting, of women who managed households accessible only by boat and of families struck by deaths from tuberculosis or from drowning.Elizabeth inherited her fathera#39;s talent for craftsmanship and, working with her father, contributed enormously to the interior decoration of the camp. Together they made many pieces of furniture, mirrors, candle sconces, and other items.
|Title||:||Big Moose Lake in the Adirondacks|
|Author||:||Jane A. Barlow|
|Publisher||:||Syracuse University Press - 2004|