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18 Redbud Lane: Six generations build a legacy of faith on the Oklahoma prairie

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From the dusty chaos of the land run to the present day, these are the tales of loves and legends of people who lived in a small house in Guthrie, Oklahoma. Oh, the stories these walls can tell. . .
Kindle Edition, 114 pages
Published March 14th 2019
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LORI CASWELL
Oct 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
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18 Redbud Lane takes readers to Guthrie, Oklahoma as we read about multiple generations of a family that made their home there starting in 1889.

Racing for His Dream by Vickie McDonough – tells the story of Reece Redding staking his claim on land for his home and hardware store. 1889 – 1907

The Mail Carrier by Kathryn Spurgeon – The Redding family story continues with Alice and her dreams. 1935 – 1942

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Chloe Flanagan
May 05, 2019 rated it it was amazing
18 Redbud Lane is a heartwarming, faith-filled collection of stories. Set in the small town of Guthrie, Oklahoma, 18 Redbud cleverly weaves together the narratives of multiple generations of one family—from the Land Run in 1889 all the way to the state’s centennial in 2007. Each author brings a unique voice, while still maintaining the overarching themes of faith, family, and love.
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