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Biography of Gaylord Worstell

NOTE FROM AUTHOR:
I have written a biography of my grandfather, Dr. Gaylord Worstell, of Big Sandy , Montana . It is in narrative form and digresses to the history of his ancestors and extended family. The total length of the book from the Introduction to the Epilogue is 296 pages, and 37 chapters. Chapters 2 - 7 is primarily ancestral history, Chapter 18 is the story of his cousin who homesteaded south of Havre, Chapter 25 is Augustine ancestry (Gaylord's son's wife) and Chapters 26 and 27 are the activities of his son, Richard and his family during the beginning of the depression, occasionally referencing Gaylord. The remaining chapters chronicle Richard's family after they move to Big Sandy, Montana, the history of his siblings, the story of the trial of his brother, and the rest of Gaylord's life. Each chapter is a separate document. This is an edited (spellings, typos corrected) edition and I put wider margins on the binding side. So if it gets printed, the printer needs to print the first page of a chapter on the back of the last page of a chapter if that chapter ends on an odd page number; i.e. every odd page needs to be on the right side of the open book.
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