Child of the Equinox
by Willy Lou Warbelow
The author, Willy Lou Warbelow Young, has lived in Alaska since 1945. She and her first husband, Marvin Warbelow (now deceased), spent eleven years teaching in native Eskimo and Indian villages. In 1957 they opened a roadhouse on the Alaska Highway and established an air taxi service that is still in the family. This is Edith Minano's story, as told to the author. Background: Henry Hope, Edith's brother, was adopted and moved away from his home town of Coldfoot. The name “Minano” meant little to him. Henry met Edith for the first time in the early 60s; he was driving a truck and Edith was working at Scotty Creek Lodge, near the Canadian border. They have been the closest of friends ever since. In Henry's words, “She is still the big sister and I am still the little brother.” Copyright 1993, softcover, 83 pages. Condition: New, autographed.
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