2 edition of Growing up in North Dakota found in the catalog.
Growing up in North Dakota
Patrick Francis Morrow
|Statement||[Patrick Francis Morrow] ; edited by Patrick D. Morrow.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||78070858|
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A North Dakota author will discuss her experiences growing up gay as part of LGBTQ Pride Month at NDSU. Author Melanie Hoffert will present “Loving and leaving the places we love: A talk about growing up gay in rural North Dakota – and writing about it” scheduled for Tuesday, Oct.
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Paul Johnson, a Minnesota-based photographer who grew up in North Dakota, returned to his home state in the summer of to capture the inundated farming communities surrounding Devils Lake - including Churchs Ferry, where he snapped this.
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