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Moving West, as told by Gilbert Clock


In the first book "Every Hour Counts" Gilbert told you where his roots were, or in his case the old wood pieces. He introduced you to the times and lives of Don and Molly during the late 1800's and even brought back memories of people and inventions of those years.

Now, he is moving with them to become a member of the next generation of Holscombs to the Johnson family, from Connecticut to Iowa. You will ask if the Mormons were in Iowa, what started the Union Pacific Railroad, who were Carrie Welton, Thaddeus Lowe, or Herman Hollerith? When was the first block paved with cement and where was it? What was the Anglo-Persian Oil Company? Does it still exist?

There are many facts about the late 1800's and early 1900's that are of profound interest to today's world, but long ago forgotten about.

This is a book that everyone should read.

Did you read the first book, "Every Hour Counts?"

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