This is a collection of short stories, written by a man who grew up in the harsh world of early farming, who saw first hand the poverty and hardships that farming entailed. In the preface he states “The two volumes of Main-Traveled Roads can now be “historical fiction,” for they form a record of the farmer’s record of the privations and hardships of the men and women who subdued the midland wilderness and prepared the way for the present golden age of agriculture.” March 1, 1922.
This is a withdrawn library book. Cover is in very good condition. Pages are yellowed slightly from age. Otherwise, in good reading condition!
Great book for your library!! Our home is pet friendly and smoke free.