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The able McLaughlins

Author: Margaret Wilson
Publisher: Atlanta, Ga. : Cherokee Pub. Co., ©1951.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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It is a story of the McWhees, the McNabs, the McNorkels, the Gillicuddies, the McElhineys, the McDowells, the Whannels, the McTaggerts, the Strutheres, the Stevensons, the McLaughlins and the Sprouls. It is also a story of Scotchmen who left their native land and settled on the incredible prairie; acres from which no frontiersman need ever cut a tree; acres in which a man might plow a furrow of rich black earth a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margaret Wilson
ISBN: 9780877972884 0877972885
OCLC Number: 232636595
Description: 262 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by Margaret Wilson.

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It is a story of the McWhees, the McNabs, the McNorkels, the Gillicuddies, the McElhineys, the McDowells, the Whannels, the McTaggerts, the Strutheres, the Stevensons, the McLaughlins and the Sprouls. It is also a story of Scotchmen who left their native land and settled on the incredible prairie; acres from which no frontiersman need ever cut a tree; acres in which a man might plow a furrow of rich black earth a mile long without striking a stump or stone. It is also a love story of Wully and Christie, set against the conflict of customs of the old world and the new. It is a triumphant story of love and life and of human frailties.

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