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Ephraim's Farm: A Memoir of Rural Pennsylvania - Romesberg, Floyd E.
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[EAN: 9781577332497], Neubuch, [PU: Blue Dolphin Publishing, Inc], Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: "Ephraims Farm is a historical sketch of a western Pennsylvania working farm family of the early 1900s. Although this family may be ordinary in every detail, the totality of the lives so factually described, is extraordinary. The Romesbergs represent a single but strong thread in the fabric that was rural America. This American story of family, God, self-reliance and hard, physical work is now a memory and will not be repeated, but should never be forgotten. It should be required reading for our children so that they would have the opportunity to absorb even the smallest morsels of the abundant integrity that this family unknowingly and innocently displayed." Irvin Pritts, Ph.D. Ephraims Farm is a story of a family descending from Stephan Romesberg, born in Germany in 1711. He came to this country as a young boy, and as an adult he settled in Frederick, Maryland, where he became a well-to-do land owner. Several of his descendants moved to the hilly woodlands of Western Pennsylvania, east of Pittsburgh. The land which was to become our family farm was originally owned by the Pritts family. Polly Pritts married Solomon Romesberg. Polly had inherited the farm. Polly and Solomon were the grandparents of my father, Ephraim. Ephraim married Mayme Swearman and they had 11 children, 5 boys and 6 girls. One daughter died when she was 5 years old. I was the 10th child, born in 1927, grew up during the Great Depression and World War II. Our lives centered around life on the farm and our Christian up-bringing. Each member of the family had specific chores they were responsible for each day. These included taking care of the animals, the barns, fields, woods and including household chores. Farming with horses and our old worn-out equipment was hard work, as much of it was done by hoe, shovel and rake. Our house had no electricity or indoor plumbing for many years. There was no money for new clothes and we all wore hand-me-downs. We bartered at my uncle Milts store for items we couldnt produce on our farm, with fresh eggs, butter and milk. Strong work ethics were developed in all of us which we have carried into our adult lives. I have many fond memories of "Mom" and "Pop" and my brothers and sisters as we worked together as a family. All in all, we were a happy family with the usual squabbles and "ups" and "downs," but we had many happy times together. My older brothers did not go to High School, as they were needed on the farm. My sisters all graduated from High School, however. One became a nurse and another became a dental hygienist. I was the first son to graduate from High School. Ephraim Jay, my youngest brother was also able to graduate from High School and after a stint in the Navy, went on to earn degrees in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Nuclear Engineering. "Although monetarily poor, the large family that the author was born into and writes about, was truly blessed with family values and a caring concern for each other. The author shares many seemingly insignificant stories that help portray the underlying love that existed between the members of the family. The book preserves many daily farming activities and styles of country living in southwestern Pennsylvania from a time period that has completely changed. As you proceed through the book, the stories have a way of building ones desire to visit the farming and coal mining community where the Romesberg farm was located. Ephraims Farm keeps your interest with stories about Henry Pritts trial, eventually being hung, and then buried in a lone grave near the border of the Romesberg farm. The ghost stories associated with Pritts grave add extra suspense." David R. Hay "What an intriguing history of the Romesberg family! Once you begin to read this history you will want to continue reading on to the very end." Betty Arnold "This true account of the Romesberg family is so factual it transported me bac

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A Memoir of Rural Pennsylvania "A strong thread in the fabric that was once rural America" Our house had no electricity or indoor plumbing for many years. There was no money for new clothes and we all wore hand-me-downs. We bartered at my uncle Milt's store for items we couldn't produce on our farm, with fresh eggs, butter and milk. Strong work ethics were developed in all of us which we have carried into our adult lives. I have many fond memories of "Mom" and "Pop" and my brothers and sisters as we worked together as a family. All in all, we were a happy family with the usual squabbles and "ups" and "downs," but we had many happy times together. "Ephraim's Farm is a historical sketch of a western Pennsylvania working farm family of the early 1900s. Although this family may be ordinary in every detail, the totality of the lives so factually described, is extraordinary. The Romesbergs represent a single but strong thread in the fabric that was rural America." -Irvin Pritts, Ph.D. "The author shares many seemingly insignifi cant stories that help portray the underlying love that existed between the members of the family. The book preserves many daily farming activities and styles of country living in southwestern Pennsylvania from a time period that has completely changed. As you proceed through the book, the stories have a way of building one's desire to visit the farming and coal mining community where the Romesberg farm was located." -David R. Hay "What an intriguing history of the Romesberg family! Once you begin to read this history, you will want to continue reading on to the very end." -Betty Arnold "Organization of the book is excellent with chronological information starting with immigration, through today's life. There are many fi ne stories, a message from the sky, description of farm living, and then memoirs added by family members with yet new stories and different info on previous ones." -Dennis Carey Zeiss Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-57733-249-7, Blue Dolphin Pub

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A strong thread in the fabric that was once rural America´´Our house had no electricity or indoorplumbing for many years. There was nomoney for new clothes and we all worehand-me-downs. We bartered at my uncleMilt´s store for items we couldn´t produceon our farm, with fresh eggs, butter andmilk. Strong work ethics were developedin all of us which we have carried into ouradult lives. I have many fond memoriesof ´´Mom´´ and ´´Pop´´ and my brothers andsisters as we worked together as a family.All in all, we were a happy family with theusual squabbles and ´´ups´´ and ´´downs,´´but we had many happy times together.´´Ephraim´s Farm is a historical sketch of a western Pennsylvaniaworking farm family of the early 1900s. Although this family may beordinary in every detail, the totality of the lives so factually described, isextraordinary. The Romesbergs represent a single but strong thread inthe fabric that was rural America.´´ -Irvin Pritts, Ph.D.´´The author shares many seemingly insignifi cant stories that helpportray the underlying love that existed between the members of thefamily. The book preserves many daily farming activities and styles ofcountry living in southwestern Pennsylvania from a time period thathas completely changed. As you proceed through the book, the storieshave a way of building one´s desire to visit the farming and coal miningcommunity where the Romesberg farm was located.´´ -David R. Hay´´What an intriguing history of the Romesberg family! Once you begin toread this history, you will want to continue reading on to the very end.´´-Betty Arnold´´Organization of the book is excellent with chronological informationstarting with immigration, through today´s life. There are many fi nestories, a message from the sky, description of farm living, and thenmemoirs added by family members with yet new stories and differentinfo on previous ones.´´ -Dennis Carey Zeiss Ephraim´s Farm: A Memoir of Rural Pennsylvania Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Blue Dolphin Pub

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Ephraim's Farm: A Memoir of Rural Pennsylvania
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Romesberg, Floyd E.

Titel:

Ephraim's Farm: A Memoir of Rural Pennsylvania

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9781577332497

"Ephraim's Farm" is a historical sketch of a western Pennsylvania working farm family of the early 1900s. Although this family may be ordinary in every detail, the totality of the lives so factually described, is extraordinary.--Irvin Pritts, Ph.D.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781577332497
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1577332490
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2010
Herausgeber: BLUE DOLPHIN PUB
204 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,263 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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