Includes bibliographical references (p. 156) and index.
|Statement||by Dorothy Velasco and Mara Velasco ; profiles by Pete Malliris and Kim Sullivan.|
|Contributions||Velasco, Mara, 1972-, Malliris, Pete, 1961-, Sullivan, Kim, 1958-|
|LC Classifications||F884.S68 V45 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||159 p. :|
|Number of Pages||159|
|LC Control Number||99036453|
Set in a small town in Vermont which is much like the town I grew up. Two Rivers VT. is a lazy, small town where everyone knows you and your business. Set in the early 60s through the early 80s this read is a very fit read for today's social environment/5(). Between Two Rivers: An Illustrated History of Springfield, Oregon [Idioma Inglés] Velasco, Dorothy; Velasco, Mara; Sullivan, Kim; Malliris, Pete Published by Community Communications Corp (). A Town on Two Rivers: A History of Osage Beach, Missouri Hardcover – January 1, by Victoria Pope Hubbell (Author)5/5(2). Between Two Rivers: A Story of Life, Love and Marriage from an English Woman in Baghdad. An honest, funny, and moving memoir of a young woman from England transplanted into another culture by love, Between Two Rivers details the experience of vibrant s Baghdad life and the city’s complex social customs, pre-Saddam/5.
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