Book researches two decades on Hubbard Prairie
A notable number arrived for the recent Headwaters Center for Lifelong Learning presentation, imaginations piqued by Jim Johnson's introduction of his book, "Heyday - Twenty Upstart Years on the Hubbard Prairie."
The impetus for the work is intrinsic curiosity about his own heritage. His great-grandfather, in a photograph standing by a weathered farm home, wears an expression "as timeless as the old trees in the yard," he writes in the introduction.
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