A Journey to Remember by Alma (Roy) Brunelle

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Date: 1911 to 2000
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Surname/tag: roy,brunelle
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"This book is about my childhood years. It describes life in lumbering camps that were located around the French and Pickerel Rivers. I was not alone in the wilderness as I shared these beutiful and memorable experiences with my parents, brothers and sisters. As early as my late teens, I wished to share these experiences. I wasnted to write a book and now my dreams have finally come true" - Alma (Roy) Brunelle.

"From a young age, 'Aunt' Alma jotted down her thoughts, observations and experiences, on pieces of paper - scraps of brown paper bags, or any paper she could find - hoping to compile them later on. Because of Aunt Alma's farsightedness, we are priviledged to have some insight into the lives of our ancestors and life at Pickerel River and the surrounding areas." - Shirley (King/Roy) Brandon & Katherine (King/Roy) Jehle - Alma's neices.

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