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Published by H. Forbes, H. Hoszouski in [Innisfail, Alta.] .
Written in English


  • Forbes, Harry, -- 1918- -- Childhood and youth,
  • Hoszouski, Helen, -- 1924- -- Childhood and youth,
  • Forbes, Harry, -- 1918- -- Enfance et jeunesse,
  • Hoszouski, Helen, -- 1924- -- Enfance et jeunesse,
  • Farm life -- Saskatchewan -- Maple Creek Region,
  • Vie à la ferme -- Saskatchewan -- Maple Creek, Région de,
  • Maple Creek Region (Sask.) -- Biography,
  • Maple Creek, Région de (Sask.) -- Biographies

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title.

StatementHarry Forbes & Helen Hoszouski.
GenreBiography, Biographies
ContributionsHoszouski, Helen, 1924-
LC ClassificationsF1078.25.F67 A3 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination120 p. :
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23222690M
ISBN 100973753927
LC Control Number2008426714

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