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An account of rural life in the early twentieth century. Olaf F. Larson weaves invaluable historical details - including descriptions of farm equipment, crops, and livestock - with wry tales about his family, neighbours, and the one-room schoolhouse he attended, revealing the texture of everyday life in the rural Midwest a century ago.
Olaf F. Larson was born and raised on a tobacco farm in Edgerton, Wisconsin, and now lives in Florida. He is professor emeritus of rural sociology at Cornell University and coauthor of Sociology in Government: The Galpin-Taylor Years in the U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1919-1953.