Resurrected Memories the Story of a Lifetime

  • Title: Resurrected Memories the Story of a Lifetime
  • Author: Jim Herman
  • ISBN: 9781468171457
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Paperback
  • Resurrected Memories the Story of a Lifetime Beginning with the death of Abel Herman in a Civil War prison camp in memories are resurrected by his great great grandson From despair inside this prison camp to the passionate hope for a fami
    Beginning with the death of Abel Herman in a Civil War prison camp in 1864, memories are resurrected by his great, great grandson From despair inside this prison camp to the passionate hope for a family that almost never happened, than one hundred years later, memories come alive on every page Focusing primarily on the decades of the 1940s, 50s and 60s in the rollBeginning with the death of Abel Herman in a Civil War prison camp in 1864, memories are resurrected by his great, great grandson From despair inside this prison camp to the passionate hope for a family that almost never happened, than one hundred years later, memories come alive on every page Focusing primarily on the decades of the 1940s, 50s and 60s in the rolling foothills of western North Carolina, encounters with people and places long lost and forgotten are brought to life again From youth to young adulthood, memories containing danger, humor and a sense of honor are relived in family lifestyles that occurred in a safe and secure time period, all contributing to Resurrected Memories The Story of a Lifetime.

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    About Jim Herman


    1. Jim Herman is a published author and journalist of 40 years Jim has always felt passionate about cross cultural studies, sustainability movements across the globe, and war peace issues confronting American society In addition to authoring his own articles, Jim was a teacher of journalism for 25 years, his students winning numerous awards from the Columbia Press Association and Quill Scroll Society at the University of Iowa He also taught numerous subjects including American History, World History, English, and Cultural Anthropology He is a proud father of 3 sons, one of whom is a director and play producer in San Francisco, another being an aquaponics producer in Tucson, Arizona, and his youngest son who is a teacher in Dorcester, Massachussetts Jim currently resides in Green Valley, AZ with his better half, Betty.


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