Tag Archives: Books by Jim Fuller

A STORY OF PILGRIMS 31


In 1948 Ray had an addition built onto the north side of the building , making a nice two-stall repair shop and converted the old one-stall shop into a parts room. With ranching and pulpwood harvesting, the economy of the … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 25


It was also somewhere in this period of time that Daddy got a “buzz” saw and we no longer had to saw firewood by hand. This was a circular saw with about a thirty inch blade. To power it he … Continue reading

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MILLERS AND FLIES by Jim Fuller


MILLERS AND FLIES by Jim Fuller  MILLERS  AND  FLIES is a story of heartaches and triumphs entangled with danger and hardship under a cloud of murder and persecution, spiced with the warmth of people helping people. A young woman has who has … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 16


The four Fuller children all attended the Newlan Creek School. The school was located in the southeast corner of section 31 just a mile and a quarter south of where Marshall Hanson now lives. This made it just about two … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 13


By the time 1893 came around Leonard had a team, harness, wagon and a saddle horse but he still owed $161.50 on the team. He heard that there was a job available at the Watson ranch so, on the third … Continue reading

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Jim Fuller’s Works in Library of Congress


Jim Fuller announces with pride that two of his works have been entered in the Library of Congress. Jim Fuller has two of his works in The Library of Congress. His book, Wool Trompers by J. L. Fuller was entered … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 11


This summer of 1880 slipped by quite rapidly with the busy farm life. During the summer Leonard struck up a friendship with a neighboring couple by the name of Cowan. By  September he was missing his family and was quite … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 6


Matthew Fuller acquired considerable land on Sandy Neck at Barnstable. A piece of this land, he sold to his brother, Samuel, and then he and Samuel bought more land on Sandy Neck from the Secunke Indians. Jointly and individually the … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 5


II. Pioneers. The Pilgrims who survived the sickness the spring of 1621 now became pioneers in the settling and development of the new land. They were soon aided by new arrivals from across the sea. Some of the new arrivals … Continue reading

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A STORY OF PILGRIMS 2


A little farther north, along the Old North Road, into the county of Yorkshire, the little village of Scrooby sat on the bank of the River Ryton. At the age of nine or ten, William Brewster came to live at … Continue reading

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