Letters from...Orange County, Vermont

Pfarrer, Donald
June 1994
Regional Review;Summer94, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p27
Trade Publication
Presents a volunteer's reflection about his experiences in a Vermont farm in the late 1980s. Challenge posed by a neighbor's query on what the volunteer is going to do for the town; Awakening in the company of others.


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