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Re: The Cruzan Story -200 years in America
Posted by: steven stapleton (ID *****3186) Date: June 29, 2006 at 19:32:06
In Reply to: Re: The Cruzan Story -200 years in America by warren meyers of 319

"The Cruzan Story" by Mary Anne Cruzan, Litho Printers, Cassville, Mo 65625 Library of Congress #88-72139 copyright Mary Anne Cruzan 1988 Joplin, Missouri. I'm holding a copy of the book as we speak (type). This copy is my mothers, I've bought two and loaned them out and no longer have my copy. I'm using this for a time-line for SMGF. Very interesting book with times, dates, places and many conversations, verbatim, with relatives and friends. My GreatGrandMother was Bessie May Cruzan, one of the finest people to ever walk the Earth. I'm working on a book, "The Stapletons in World History" and don't have a lot of time but I will try to answer a few questions. Please don't ask for a time line, there's not one in the book.This book was a labor of love for Mary Anne and it's told in her words and from her heart. Not a bunch of fancy talk. thank you Steve

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