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Death of the Dream

This PBS site explores the storied history of rural life in the Midwest. You can tour a virtual farmhouse, read poetry of the time, and see examples of prairie architecture. courtesy of netTrekker
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This PBS site explores the storied history of rural life in the Midwest. You can tour a virtual farmhouse, read poetry of the time, and see examples of prairie architecture.

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