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A Farm Winter with Jerry Apps DVD

$16.99
Produced by Wisconsin Public Television
Running time 57 minutes
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Bestselling author Jerry Apps recalls winters growing up on a farm in central Wisconsin during the Great Depression and through World War II--from warm family and holiday memories to the cold "thrill” of winter chores and ice fishing.

Bestselling author Jerry Apps recalls winters growing up on a farm in central Wisconsin during the Great Depression and through World War II--from warm family and holiday memories to the cold "thrill” of winter chores and ice fishing.

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PublisherWisconsin Historical Society Press
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Page CountXXX
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Format/BindingHardcover or Paperback
Trim SizeX x X inches
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