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From the rear cover of this 141-page book: "Anne N. Harmon is an eighth generation Cape Codder. Her first book 'Ambergris and Arrowheads' is filled with recollections and stories of what life was like for the young Osterville native during the era of The Great Depression and World War II. We've all learned about the dust bowls and the food lines, but what about being paid in grapefruit instead of money? We've studied about Iwo Jima and D Day, but what about the Fat Parade? [This book] is also about being young in a time and place where you might meet a gypsy fortune teller or perhaps the ice truck driver, who would flash his pick a few times and hand you a sliver of ice to enjoy on the hottest day of the summer. From writings published in 'The Register', 'Seniority Magazine', 'The Cape Cod Times' and 'The Village Journal', plus new works, the author has crafted a thoroughly delightful book written from a charming perspective."
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