An account of the Morman family history is described in four chaptersbeginning with a collection of over 70 photographs of original family members,grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren. Onephotograph of the parents dates back to 1912 the year of their marriage. Chapter 2 describes the parents,Joseph and Julia Morman (Murman)originally from Austria,their children and pertinent events in narrative and poetic detail. Certaindescriptions of family member are perhaps lengthy simply because moreinformation was available.Chapter 3 continues the narrativeand versified description of the Mormangrandchildren, their children and the great, great grandchildren.¿ The last Chapter, 4, consists oftwo poems...the first relating to the short interlude on earth called "Life andStuff." The second poem, "Lifespan Functions - A Chronology" uniquely describeslife's most important functions in single words or short phrases...all ending in...ation.¿
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Published April 12, 2004
Literature & Fiction, History, Religion & Spirituality.