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NoneValley from the Past

Forum: Iman Family Dialog
From: steve iman
Date: Saturday, August 9, 2008, at 10:38 a.m.
I've recently heard from Gene Anderson, who owns and serves to protect forest land where Eymans once lived up Clark's Creek near Dauphin. This land along Stackpole Lane was once owned by Conrad Richter, a pulitzer prize winning novelist who described earliest American settlers and their lives in a number of novels. In 1963, he wrote a reminiscence of the strange valley and what it evoked from him as a dwellingplace. In doing so he was describing the views, the fields, bridges, and meadow flowers of Eymans, and perhaps their gravestones. It's a haunting article, and I've just posted it in our Paxtang area coverage of family history.

Care and appreciation,
http://www.imanfamily.net/paxtang/MayApple2.html

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