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by Don Haworth

ePub Bright Morning: Images of a Lancashire Boyhood download
Author:
Don Haworth
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978-0749309893
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074930989X
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Mandarin (October 3, 1991)
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A sequel to "Figures in a Bygone Landscape", which traced the author's childhood in the 1920s, this volume recaptures the world of the 1930s in Lancashire. Imprint: Cornerstone Digital.

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A sequel to "Figures in a Bygone Landscape", which traced the author's childhood in the 1920s, this volume recaptures the world of the 1930s in Lancashire. Don Haworth recalls the Depression, school life, holidays in Blackpool, religion and politics in the pre-World War II years.