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Indians in the arborvitae

a novel

by Michael W. Fedo

  • 351 Want to read
  • 5 Currently reading

Published by Green Bean Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fathers and sons -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Michael Fedo.
    GenreFiction.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPS3606.E35 I53 2002
    The Physical Object
    Pagination126 p. :
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3576027M
    ISBN 101891408305
    LC Control Number2002116843
    OCLC/WorldCa52112264

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    Henry Wood spent more than thirty years as a performer and director in old-time medicine shows and touring vaudeville troupes in the Midwest. Michael Fedo is the author of several books, including The Lynchings in Duluth, The Man from Lake Wobegon, and the novel Indians in the Arborvitae.4/5(1). How to Clone Arborvitae Bushes. Science provided the world its first cloned mammal, Dolly the sheep, in As the earliest recorded cloned plant, the Bartlett pear tree predated Dolly by more.

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Michael Fedo's "Indians Indians in the arborvitae book the Arborvitae" is an engaging, offbeat romp of a novel. It features a pair of main characters calculated to win your heart: the Fundys, father and son.5/5(5).

Michael Fedo's "Indians in the Arborvitae" is an engaging, offbeat romp of a novel. It features a pair of main characters calculated to win your heart: the Fundys, father and son.5/5. Michael Fedo is the author of several books, including The Lynchings in Duluth, The Man from Lake Wobegon, and the novel Indians in the Arborvitae.

Henry Wood died injust shy of his 85th birthday. How fortunate that Fedo took the time to write down his memories of an almost-forgotten period in the history of entertainment.

He has written several books including “The Lynchings in Duluth,” “The Man From Lake Wobegon” and “Indians in the Arborvitae.” The book is published by University of Minnesota Press.

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Let’s get started. Michael W. Fedo is the author of The Lynchings in Duluth ( avg rating, ratings, 27 reviews, published ), The Carnival ( avg rating, 7 rat /5. Arborvitae in Latin means “tree of life” and it is particularly sacred to the Ojibwe people, who list the tree as one of their four major plants on the medicine wheel.

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Michael Fedo, Minnesota stringer for the New York Times and the Christian Science Monitor from tois the author of many books, including The Lynchings in Duluth, The Man from Lake Wobegon, the novel Indians in the Arborvitae, One Shining Season, and A Sawdust Heart: My Vaudeville Life in Medicine and Tent Shows, by Henry Wood as told to Michael Fedo (Minnesota, ).

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