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Strangers in Minnesota
by Carol Brands

 Chapter Index

Precious Memories

Preface by the Author


Family Tree of Katherine Kroontje (Vastenhout)

Family Tree of Wilbur (Bill) Peter Vastenhout

Ch. 1. Winter 1947-1948 Moving, Moving, Moving

Ch. 2. March 14, 1948 Strangers in a Strange Land

Ch. 3. April 1948 "Of course I’ll Help!"

Ch. 4. Memorial Day 1948 Lake Okoboji

Ch. 5. June 14, 1948 "Me . . . Drive the Tractor?"

Ch. 6. August 16, 1948 One Contrary Lady

Ch. 7. August 17, 1948 To Whiten Whites, Add Bleach . . .

Ch. 8. November 7, 1948 "Child, I Could Have Blinded You!"

Ch. 9. November 19, 1948 Willie’s Whirlwind Wedding

Ch. 10. January 24-28, 1949 Frozen Laundry

Ch. 11. May 1949 Needing Space

Ch. 12. July 1949 Ma and the New-Fangled Stove

Ch. 13. September 11-23, 1949 Bill Goes to Canada

Ch. 14. September 28, 1949 Surprise Visitor at Benson’s

Ch. 15. November 27, 1949 Surprise Visit in a Snowstorm

Ch. 16. June 3, 1950 Impromptu Film in Kenneth

Ch. 17. January 1951 Bill’s Unpopular Decision

Ch. 18. February 22, 1951 Westenberg Wedding and Dance

Ch. 19. March 6, 1951 No Turning Back

Ch. 20. March - May 1951 Two Months of Letters

Ch. 21. May 1951 The Letter Katherine Didn’t Anticipate

Ch. 22. May 29, 1951 No Longer a Stranger

Postlude #1 To the Reader

Postlude #2 by Dorothy Kroontje Ricehill

Postlude #3 For the Historical Record

Postlude #4 Glossary of Names

Postlude #5 Credit Where Credit is Due

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Thank you for your prompt service. My 13yr old and 10yr old sons enjoyed the first 3 books immensely (Scout). I just read "Secret of the Swamp" for the 3rd time to my 10yr old. He can't get enough of Scout. Thanks again, L.C.