Ox-cart Man

Ox-cart Man

DVD - 2004
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Lorne Green reads "Ox-cart man" by Donald Hall, a story of family life in 19th century New England, and host LeVar Buton visits Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts, a hands-on living museum. Explore an 18th century kitchen and a print shop. Learn about blacksmithing and bartering. The books reviewed are "Round trip" by Ann Jonas, "A winter place" by Ruth Yaffe Radin, and "Wagon wheels" by Barbara Brenner.

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