Janet's Story is a fictionalized account of the life of my great grandmother Janet Elizabeth Johnston who left England as a nineteen year old bride in 1864, eventually crossing Canada to the Glenbow Ranche, west of Calgary in 1891. It follows two works of non-fiction family history (I Can See the Light and The Wood Island Munns) and Dear Boss, a compilation of letters about life on a Southern Alberta ranch during the depression. Articles about J. Frank Moodie and Marion Moodie appeared in Alberta History 2000 and 2002 respectively.
Collections: Books and Cards, Gifts < $50
Category: booksandcards, fiction, local-author
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