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Bit of Earth in the Somerset Hills: Growing Up in a Small New Jersey Town
     

Bit of Earth in the Somerset Hills: Growing Up in a Small New Jersey Town

by Gordon Thomas Ward
 

Combining the enchantment of youth with nostalgic memories of the landscape of Somerset, New Jersey, author Gordon Ward recalls in brilliant detail the Bernardsville neighborhood in which he grew up. While the world beyond grappled with Woodstock, Vietnam, Watergate and the era’s other great dramas, Ward went to school, played, explored the surrounding

Overview


Combining the enchantment of youth with nostalgic memories of the landscape of Somerset, New Jersey, author Gordon Ward recalls in brilliant detail the Bernardsville neighborhood in which he grew up. While the world beyond grappled with Woodstock, Vietnam, Watergate and the era’s other great dramas, Ward went to school, played, explored the surrounding terrain, developed friendships, celebrated holidays, found a niche for himself within his family and much more. A Bit of Earth in the Somerset Hills, is a neighborhood tale that will resonate with all whose growing up years were filled with a sense of place.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781596293823
Publisher:
History Press, The
Publication date:
10/01/2007
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.20(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author


Gordon Thomas Ward is a writer, presenter, and educator. He has worked as a history teacher in the classroom and as a group transformation facilitator in the experiential education field where he designed and facilitated teambuilding programs for twenty-two years. Clients have ranged from education groups in international conference settings to major corporations, government groups, athletic teams, community groups, and individuals.
A lifelong writer, Mr. Ward’s works have included books, speeches, newspaper and magazine articles, and poetry. He is the author of Life on the Shoulder: Rediscovery and Inspiration along the Lewis and Clark Trail (Lucky Press, 2005) and a self-published book of original poetry entitled Windows.

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