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Cahokia Leonard Skyberg-Hanson

Cahokia

Leonard Skyberg-Hanson

Published March 19th 2013
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Kindle Edition
292 pages
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1930 found farmers in Montana- like most Americans- struggling to survive the Great Depression. With their first child due soon, Hans and Beth Harper expected life changes, but Hans would soon find the changes much different than he could haveMore1930 found farmers in Montana- like most Americans- struggling to survive the Great Depression. With their first child due soon, Hans and Beth Harper expected life changes, but Hans would soon find the changes much different than he could have imagined.With economic conditions and government policies affecting their lives they found neighbors abandoning their farms. Then historically-large swarms of grasshoppers plagued their wheat crop - and their dreams began slipping away. Soon Hanss life was impacted by his baby daughters needs and the influence of a young Indian woman- known only as Cahokia. He then finds himself involved in a culture he doesnt understand, but one that brings new insights and perspectives along with new challenges. His choices are nothing that he would have anticipated and each decision takes him further into this new world, as he resists the sounds of the drummer.