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Deb Gould
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THE FLOOD OF 1936...
It happens every year in New
England . We all get a little edgy up
here in the spring when the winter snowmelt raises the water levels in our
streams and rivers; if we’ve had a particularly cold and snowy season, we get
positively squirrely—the combination...
It happens every year in New England. We all get a little edgy up here in the spring when the winter snowmelt raises the water levels in our streams and rivers; if we’ve had a particularly cold and snowy season, we get posit...
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HOUSEHOLD DISCOVERIES
I’m halfway through my second novel, a work
of historical fiction that covers two generations of a group of families that
lived in rural Maine between 1820 and, roughly, 1920. One of the hardest parts of
writing historical fiction is shifting perspectives, ...
I’m halfway through my second novel, a work of historical fiction that covers two generations of a group of families that lived in rural Maine between 1820 and, roughly, 1920. One of the hardest parts of writing historical f...
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It's the dog, really, that does it for me! Those three guys in suits (in that bizarre mechanism); but the dog wins!
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CHING...CHING...CHING!
We’ve just had another storm up here in New
England – a Thursday night/Friday morning whopper that blasted up from the
south and dropped nine or so inches on coastal Maine.  The plows were out in force; salt and sand
trucks lumbered along my street all nigh...
We’ve just had another storm up here in New England – a Thursday night/Friday morning whopper that blasted up from the south and dropped nine or so inches on coastal Maine.  The plows were out in force; salt and sand trucks l...
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Nothing like having a suitcase pulled by horses...
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MAKE WAY FOR DUCKLINGS....
“Look out!” squawked
Mrs. Mallard, all of a dither.  “You’ll
get run over!” It was the first
book I ever owned; I’m pretty certain that every child in my family received a
copy of Robert McCloskey’s Make Way for
Ducklings, first published in 1941. After all...
“Look out!” squawked Mrs. Mallard, all of a dither.  “You’ll get run over!” It was the first book I ever owned; I’m pretty certain that every child in my family received a copy of Robert McCloskey’s Make Way for Ducklings,...
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MATH QUIZ...1817
It’s one of my favorite books: The Scholar’s Arithmetic; or, Federal
Accountant, by Daniel Adams, M.B., published in 1817.           It’s
hardcover, leather-bound. The corners are rounded, battered, there’s scratching
in the cover leathers and stains on mos...
It’s one of my favorite books: The Scholar’s Arithmetic; or, Federal Accountant, by Daniel Adams, M.B., published in 1817.           It’s hardcover, leather-bound. The corners are rounded, battered, there’s scratching in the...
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THREE-PIECE SUIT, 1906
Here he is, looking like the Man of the Year. He’s just out of high school –
the public high school in Newton, Massachusetts – and is about to start his
engineering course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.           This
was my father’s favorite...
Here he is, looking like the Man of the Year. He’s just out of high school – the public high school in Newton, Massachusetts – and is about to start his engineering course at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.     ...
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DUET...
“...a concentrating pianist, an enthusiastic
observer...” Alan wrote beneath his weekly prompt.           Goodness,
I thought I’ve got that covered! I immediately went on my Sepia
Search: up the stairs, into the big storage space under the eaves, hauling
ca...
“...a concentrating pianist, an enthusiastic observer...” Alan wrote beneath his weekly prompt.           Goodness, I thought I’ve got that covered! I immediately went on my Sepia Search: up the stairs, into the big storage...
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A LOVE KNOT...
This small trunk –
the precursor of a suitcase, if you will – belonged to Miss Rebecca Gay, born
in 1789, daughter of Calvin and Joanna Kingsbury Gay of Walpole , Massachusetts .           It’s a gorgeous old thing (it’s
slightly more than two hundred years...
This small trunk – the precursor of a suitcase, if you will – belonged to Miss Rebecca Gay, born in 1789, daughter of Calvin and Joanna Kingsbury Gay of Walpole, Massachusetts.           It’s a gorgeous old thing (it’s slig...
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Novelist, blogger, lover of social history and most things antique (especially oak furniture, photos, autograph books, other ephemera); gardener, reader...Red Sox (Red Flops this year) fan!

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