Ghost Town
Description
Creator
Howard Popkie, Author
Media Type
Publication
Text
Item Type
Books
Description
A collection of short stories from the Korean War, the History of Black Donald, and the Life and Times Growing up in the Ottawa Valley. Featured here is an excerpt from the entire book. To view this excerpt, click on the cover image you see here called "Ghost Town" and you will be taken to page 1, from there you can choose pages, 2, 3, etc. from the top of the page. You can also choose the page number of the book from the drop down Pages select option on this main page. The entire publication can be viewed in the library.
You may also view the individual page numbers by just clicking on the green symbol to the right of this screen where each page is listed separately. You will need to increase the zoom level on your screen to 150% or 200% for a larger print view.
Enjoy!
Publisher
H. Brittle Printing Limited, Arnprior, ON.
Place of Publication
Arnprior, ON
Date of Publication
2011
Subject(s)
Local identifier
HP-1
Collection
Howard Popkie Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
Donor
Howard Popkie
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Holder
Howard Popkie
Contact
Greater Madawaska Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
4984 Calabogie Road
P.O. Box 160
Calabogie, ON K0J 1H0
613-752-2317
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Ghost Town


A collection of short stories from the Korean War, the History of Black Donald, and the Life and Times Growing up in the Ottawa Valley. Featured here is an excerpt from the entire book. To view this excerpt, click on the cover image you see here called "Ghost Town" and you will be taken to page 1, from there you can choose pages, 2, 3, etc. from the top of the page. You can also choose the page number of the book from the drop down Pages select option on this main page. The entire publication can be viewed in the library.
You may also view the individual page numbers by just clicking on the green symbol to the right of this screen where each page is listed separately. You will need to increase the zoom level on your screen to 150% or 200% for a larger print view.
Enjoy!