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Too Close to the Falls by Catherine Gildiner

Too Close to the Falls

Description : In a memoir about life in small-town America, the author relates her adventures growing up in the 1950s as the daughter of a pharmacist in Lewiston, New York, a small village near Niagara Falls.

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Authors : Catherine Gildiner

Published Date : 2002-02

Publisher : Penguin

ISBN : 014200040X

Page : 400 Pages

Categories : History

Total Download: 82

Filesize: 8 MB

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