The Woodward family, factory people, buy a 5-acre lot and turn modern pioneers to the extent of building a home with labor,...

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The Woodward family, factory people, buy a 5-acre lot and turn modern pioneers to the extent of building a home with labor, good spirits and kindly neighbors. The estate owner in the vicinity resents small holdings and stoops to unpleasant means to rid himself of his neighbors, but is defeated at the polls and foiled in his schemes by people with a less reactionary viewpoint. A good story- sound values.

Pub Date: July 31, 1946

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Publisher: Morrow

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946