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OUT OF MY FATHER’S SHAVING BOX: Dad’s War, Algonquin Regiment & Liberation of Holland

  Out of My Father’s Shaving Box     Dad’s War, Algonquin Regiment & the Liberation of Holland   “This is yours now, Brian. He wanted you to have it.” And my mother handed me an old wooden shaving kit … Continue reading






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Maheeshtan – What Does Maheeshtan Mean?

    Maheeshtan – What does Maheeshtan Mean? Since putting my popular Northwestern short story WOLFBLOOD on this site, I’ve had a number of questions about the natural lives of wolves and the folkways and language of Johnny Akumi, including … Continue reading






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WOLFBLOOD: Northwestern Fiction in the Jack London Tradition

  Dedicated to the Memory of my father, Albert Chester Burhoe, avid backwoodsman — rifleman in the Algonquin Regiment, Canadian Army in Holland — and wounded POW in Stalag XIB, Fallingbostel, Northern Germany — he served King and Country, asking … Continue reading






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