Memory of Trees is a multigenerational story of Gayla Marty’s family farm, cleared from woodlands by her great-grandfather Jacob in the 1880s, near Rush City, Minnesota. Movingly written, Memory of Trees will resonate for many with attachments to small towns or farms, whether they continue to work the land or, like so many, have left for a different life.
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