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Sandie La Nae and Arline La Ferry chronicle the impressive history of an 1860's Gothic-style home. Built in Washoe City in 1863 and moved to Carson City in 1874 this building holds the memoirs of early life and its inhabitants, in northern Nevada.
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|Product dimensions:||5.83(w) x 8.27(h) x 0.27(d)|
About the Author
Sandie La Nae has the title of Author added to her long resume of Metaphysical, Paranormal and Spiritual fields, included in many publications and media. To date, and including "Foreman-Robert's House," she has penned twenty-two books with themes of the paranormal, the historical, the healing properties of minerals, and is also a published poet. Arline La Ferry's deep interest of history and passion for research led her Special Works Projects at the Nevada Historical Society and at the Sparks Museum and Cultural Center which include the Comstock Cemetery Foundation, Comstock Historic District, Fourth Ward School, Storey County Recorder's office, St. Mary Louise Hospital, Railroad Museum in Carson City; in Reno, the Mountain View Cemetery, Our Mother of Sorrows Cemetery plus many other cemeteries. Arline has assisted in genealogy projects for private citizens, historical investigations for the local Medias, and has counseled major television programming companies. As well, she has conducted research ventures with many area authors.