Iowan recalls the resourcefulness shown by his father and mother in surviving the depression era.
An Iowan talks about the ways in which the wood cookstove was used on her family farm
Nebraskan remembers her childhood on her family farm: her grandparents' old homestead
An Illinois woman recalls her wood cookstove and other cherished conveniences on her family farm
An Iowa man talks about his memories of playing in his grandfather's farm shop on his family farm
Scrapbooking is a creative way to record family history.
Expert cleaners share five must-have tools for household chores.
It was too easy to make very potent soap when my sisters and I were making soap from scratch on the homestead.
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