Canal Zone Daughter, An American Childhood in Panama by Judy Haisten

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In 1964, Edwin and Jean Armbruster left their home in the United States to raise their family on the Panama Canal Zone, a little known American territory in the Central American country of Panama. In Canal Zone Daughter, Judy (Armbruster) Haisten chronicles her unique childhood culminating to the crushing loss when former President Jimmy Carter signs treaties that effectively eliminates her -and fellow U.S. citizens' -former home. Charming, funny, and poignant, the author captures her remarkable American story in an exotic place and time. canalzonedaughter.com

Winner of International Book Awards for U.S. history and multi-cultural nonfiction; Mom's Choice Award, and finalist in USA Book News for narrative non-fiction.
 

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Published January 4, 2012 by The Peppertree Press. 290 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs.

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