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Red House by Sarah Messer
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Jun 28, 2005 | ISBN 9780142001059

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Praise

Red house is the story of America: hopeful, tragic, and persevering. Remarkable and amazing.” —Daniel Wallace, author of Big Fish

“A genealogy of home and heart. Impossible to put down. —Terry Ryan, author of The Prize Winner of Defiance Ohio

“An evocative story … told with a freshness that demonstrates Messer’s skill at humanizing vignettes.” —The Boston Globe

“[Messer] discovers surprising and often painful truths about history and heritage, heart and home.” —George Howe Colt, author of The Big House

Table Of Contents

Red HousePart One
Chapter One: The Land, 1614-1647
Chapter Two: Walter, 1647-1699
Chapter Three: The First Israel, 1667-1740
Chapter Four: The Second Israel, 1701-1767
Chapter Five: The Third Israel, 1730-1809
Chapter Six: Deacon Joel, 1771-1849
Chapter Seven: Israel H., 1837-1921
Chapter Eight

Part Two
Chapter Nine: Israel H., 1837-1921
Chapter Ten: Harris, 1866-1934
Chapter Eleven: Richard Warren Hatch, 1934-1965
Chapter Twelve: The Land, 1932-1935
Chapter Thirteen: Richard Warren Hatch, 1934-1965
Chapter Fourteen
Epilogue

Appendix
Inhabitants of the Red House
Notes
Selected Bibliography
Acknowledgments
Illustration Credits

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