By Tom Roznowski
They lived "green" out of necessity―walking to paintings, repairing every thing from worn sneakers to wristwatches, recycling milk bottles and containers. tune was once principally heard reside and such a lot residential streets had color timber. The close by Wabash River―a repeated topic of tale and song―transported Sunday picnickers to public parks. within the type of an old style urban listing, An American homeland celebrates a bygone American period, concentrating on existence in Twenties Terre Haute, Indiana. With artfully drawn biographical sketches and generously illustrated histories, famous musician, historian, and storyteller Tom Roznowski not just conjures up a good looks worthy remembering, but additionally brings to mild simply what percentage of our sleek rules of sustainable residing are deeply rooted within the American tradition.
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An American Hometown: Terre Haute, Indiana, 1927 (Quarry Books) by Tom Roznowski