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    Gerald E Lewis
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    Thorndike Press (1978)
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The outdoor flavor and directness of the Yankee tradition come to life on every page . No household should be without at least one copy. I went to college in Maine and bought this first North Country Press printing soon after it came out in 1989. The original book was published ten years prior. People really do speak this way, at least older generations, as well as in rural areas (of which there are many in Maine!). To be fair, there are of course regional dialects across America and many have been well parodied. Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances.

With illustrations by. Ralph Thompson. From my seat on the ouded verandah I looked out over the blue and glittering waters of the bay of Victoria, a bay dotted with innumerable forest-encrusted islands like little green, furry hats dropped carelessly on the surface.

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So claimed the late Jim Keith in his celebrated books Black Helicopters Over . If you go down to the Californian Sequoia woods in July you’re sure of a big surprise.

He was not alone in believing the US government uses military aircraft for surveillance of backwoods patriots: a militia in Montana tried to shoot down a National Guard AH-64 Apache as it flew over a member’s ranch.