Then and Now by Kathryn Busby Massing

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Being interested in people (relatives or not), artistic endeavors, travel in the United States (lower forty-eight as the Alaskans call us) and islands, British Isles, Europe, The Holy Land and Egypt, I felt I had to write this book. Traveling throughout the and , there was a great deal of genealogy to be garnered.

It was always great to go, but after all, we are Americans, so do have the nesting instinct. Therefore, where I have lived is a wide range from my birthplace of , to , to the fantastic and beautiful , with all its lush semi-tropical flora and numerous interesting fauna.

Living now in the most beautiful spot in the world, , and its inviting environs of . I wanted to share my life, past and present, with everyone. Come with me on a wonderful trip in my world.

This book is about one typical American family that has lived the American dream of life, from genealogy back to 798 A.D. to Now. It tells of the happiness, the joy of living to the present time, full of exploits and happiness and sadness of the world the way it was and is. Why wouldnt everyone be interested in it? It will bring memories to everyone who reads it.

It ends in happiness and security in the knowledge of having lived a full and precious (rewarding) life in this old wonderful world!

 

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Published November 1, 2004 by Authorhouse. 480 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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