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“I, Laura” is the autobiography of Laura Schmid Hogan, detailing her life in a family of 17 and the hardships of growing up in Western Kansas in the 1920’s, 30’s, and 40’s. In a time before modern conveniences amidst the backdrop of American farm life, Laura survived , and thrived, through a lifetime of heartbreak and tragedy with the help of her faith and her mother’s words of wisdom: “The Lord never promised life would be easy!”
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About the Author
At 90, author Laura Hogan still works, makes frequent public appearances, speaking engagements, and book signings. For her life experience growing up on a Kansas farm in the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and surviving the dust storms and the Great Depression, she is considered an icon of that region and era. She has spoken at several schools to children studying Midwestern America and has had a presence on both TV and radio, and has spoken at the Stoneham Historical Society. Hogan lives in Stoneham, Massachusetts. Laura and the editor of her autobiography, Stephen Webb, met by a chance flat tire. Since then, three years of hard work have made Laura’s dream of having her family’s story told in print become a reality.