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Spring House


My first book in the Westward Sagas series is named Spring House,

because that is where the most important scene in the book takes place.

During colonial times homes needed to have a good source of water. These

small structures made of stone were usually built over the spring. They had

no windows but a sturdy door to keep the bears out. Dairy products and

other perishables were stored in the spring houses long before electricity

and refrigeration. Pictured on the cover of the award-winning Spring

House, Book I in the Westward Sagas series, is one that still stands in

Limestone, Tennessee. Learn what happens in the spring house at

https://westwardsagas.com or https://www.davidabowlesauthor.com



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