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Hoosier Heritage
 
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Elisabeth Hamilton Friermood
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Hoosier Heritage is a story of pioneer life in Richvalley, an area west of Wabash, Indiana. The family takes a covered wagon out west, a plan to keep one daughter from marrying Wingo, a Native American, though Indiana is their true home.

Most of the novel is about the daughter Julie and her homesickness for the beloved Wabash that she grew up on. “That good old Wabash, the
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Published 1954 by Doubleday & Company
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American author and public librarian in Indiana and Ohio.

Friermood was educated at Northwestern University, and the University of Wisconsin. She married Harold T. Friermood, in 1928 and they had a daughter, Libby.
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