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 WILLIAM NOWLIN, BARK COVERED HOUSE

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William Nowlin, Bark Covered House

Narrative describing the life of a pioneer family in Michigan

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The frontier territories of the upper Midwest offered land and opportunity to countless families who came to the area in the early nineteenth century. This database is a narrative of the life of one family who emigrated from New York in 1834. William Nowlin provides vivid descriptions of their traveling along the Erie Canal, settling in Dearborn, Michigan, and living near the Canadian border. Researchers will also find his commentary on the effects of modern technology on these early settlers and how his family coped with the trials of pioneer life. Intended to help researchers understand the broader context in which their ancestors may have lived, this database can be informative and interesting.
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