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Akin family history

George S. Akin

Akin family history

ancestors and descendants of Carl Wilhelm Krenz and Wilhelmine Schacht of Fall Creek, Eau Claire County, Wisconsin and Dr. George S. Akin and Pauline Bender of Hebron, Jefferson County, Wisconsin : Akin, Bender, Krenz, Schacht families

by George S. Akin

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Published by G.S. Akin in [Green Bay, Wis.] (1832 Lake Largo Dr., Green Bay 54311) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aiken family.,
  • Krentz family.,
  • Schacht family.,
  • Bender family.,
  • Krenz, Carl Wilhelm, 1870-1947 -- Family.,
  • Schacht, Wilhelmine, 1876-1946 -- Family.,
  • Akin, George S., 1870-1923 -- Family.,
  • Bender, Pauline, 1877-1952 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby George S. Akin.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsCS71.A26 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p. :
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL741064M
    LC Control Number97132886

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    Akin is Emma Donoghue’s tenth novel for adults, but only her second set in the modern by most readers for her novel, Room, Donoghue has published countless novels which examine little known pockets of history, such as ’s Frog Music and ’s The Wonder. At first glance, Akin is something entirely different to Donoghue’s back catalogue, including Room which was a   "Donoghue has done an excellent job of blending history with an unforgettable story of a young boy and an old man. This a book not to be missed."— The Missourian "A subtle, entertaining portrait of the relationship—and friction—between age and youth."— The Economist "Continuously charming."— Washington Post Book World. From the Publisher

      Unfortunately, the subplot about Noah’s family history never quite bites, and despite its elegant treatment of theme the story struggles to get into gear. There’s no doubt that Akin is a nice book. But nice is just a place in France. Read the full review. 4 stars out of :// Family history suggests that Ethen may have been involved with the mill for some time, even helping to fund the construction in After purchasing the Knapp mill in , he also purchase the water rights to the Outlet, giving him control over who could use the water and how much they could


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