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The Sunday Express spoke to the doctor’s family members.

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Neb. to teach in a wood-frame school It was there where she met my father and where I was born [[[PAGE]]]The sod houses played an important role in rural Nebraska Most are gone now but I recall seeing them around the town of Harrisburg during the 1930s when I was a child In 1946 when I was fifteen years old I worked all summer in the far northwest corner of Nebraska for a rancher I recall it well because the water there was strongly alkaline which made me go to the bathroom much more often than normal The ranchers original homestead was a soddy that had been added on to with frame structures as the family grew The soddy itself was used as the kitchencool in the hot summer and with the good smell of homemade bread drifting out the open door That smell became ingrained deep in my system as a hardworking hungry teenager and it marked those times as goodSo when I hear people longing for "the good old days" what are they saying Are they remembering the smell of freshly baked bread No one I know wants to return to those hardscrabble days when their very survival was threatened on an almost daily basis Even at best life was tenuous Most immigrants didnt make it and either had to move on or were laid to rest in a forgotten grave covered once again by prairie sod I think what we miss what we long for especially if we take time to listen to our hearts is to reconnect with the earth Our ancestors trusted the earth Even if they woke up fearful in the middle of the night they knew the earth was still there supporting them giving them life Yes the work was hard but after a day you could see what you had accomplished: a field plowed grain harvested bread made chicken eggs collected a cow milked a garden planted You knew that it was the earth that gave you food that allowed you to live Our longing our restlessness comes because for the last 100 years or so we have been crowded into huge sprawling often smog-choked cities In some of these cities you can literally walk miles and never see an open piece of ground We are stuck in these concrete jungles because thats where the work is and because there is no longer any "West" calling us to move on Our ancestors were hunters and gatherers for 250000 years or more and lived on a prairie either here or there A few generations have given us tremendous technological advances: TVs iPods cell phones frozen dinners and processed food What hasnt changed is our earth-based DNA passed down to us by a thousand generations of mothers and fathers who came before us We miss touching the land the smell of turned-over sod the coming of springtime and seeing the bounty and beauty of wildflowers Deep inside we remember the smell of the air in the total stillness as the storm approaches from the west a stillness that allows us to listen to the low rumble of thunder heralded by strikes of awesome lightning And then after the storm we wake to see the startling brilliance of a double rainbow stretching across the western sky We want to once again speak the names of the wildflowers and the grasses and to know where the meadowlark hides its nest We long to pick and taste the wild currants plums grapes and chokecherries that grew along the watercourses We yearn to see the sudden pale blush of the prairie rose that blooms for a day or two and is gone We miss the sight of the Milky Way that river of stars that was part of everyones life We want to slow down and have time to be with and cherish our loved ones We long to feel sometimes in the evening that gentle breeze that comes touches our faces and tells us who we are Read more of My Story As told By Houses: The Strawbale The Old Frame House The Dugout The Kit Home Library of Congress detail drawings: http://s.lcweb2locgov/pnp/habshaer/ne/ne0000/ne0023/sheet/00001atif http://s.lcweb2locgov/pnp/habshaer/ne/ne0000/ne0023/sheet/00002atif A typical sod house found all across the high treeless plains The sod school house that my mother attended She is one of the children in this photo Part of my mother’s family on the move from Missouri to their Western Nebraska homestead Construction detail for laying a sod wall How to make a door 19th century edition Chimney Rock in 1887 Chimney Rock in 2002 A Creme separator in a Minnesota kitchen circa 1937 Treadle Singer sewing machine Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | Jammu | Published: September 5 2016 4:31 pm Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad (File Photo) Top News Congress leader Ghulam Nabi Azad on Monday said separatists should not choose to meet only the Pakistan High Commissioner and felt that the all-party delegation’s visit was “fruitful” though it did not give the desired result Speaking to reporters he said the delegation “tried to reach out to everyone” but it is the government that has to identify the stakeholders Azad said the talks have not given “desired results” but efforts have been made and remained fruitful “The separatists also should not choose to meet Pakistan High Commissioner only Everyone wants to find a solution to the Kashmir issue Everyone in the country is worried about the situation” Azad said a day after Hurriyat leaders rebuffed attempts by some MPs to hold talks with them The Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha said that Congress wants that the door for talks should be kept open “Some friends tried to reach out to Hurriyat At some places they succeeded at some they did not” Azad said He said the visit is not yet complete and the meetings are going on The all-party delegation which wrapped its Srinagar-leg of the two-day visit arrived here in the afternoon On the issue of Kashmiri Pandits Azad said “In the three round table conferences they participated Why they are not coming is a surprise The suggestions made by them were addressed then They could have come today also… Time is no concern when Parliament plans to discuss a issue” The Kashmiri Pandits have refused to meet the all-party delegation saying the time given to them is very less “Kashmiri people are suffering Nothing is working We want peace to come to the Valley It was a fruitful visit where good suggestions were received” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Milind Ghatwai | Bhopal | Updated: October 3 2014 3:39 am Related News The police in Madhya Pradesh have declared a marriage between a Christian man and a Hindu woman invalid after protests by right-wing groups Joseph Pawar who is in his 20s and Ayushi Wani 19 reportedly eloped and married at an Arya Samaj temple in Bhopal on September 28 They were traced by the police to Pavagadh in Gujarat after the girl’s parents filed a complaint and the Hindu Jagran Manch and other right-wing organisations threatened to launch an agitation The two hail from Jobat town in tribal-dominated Alirajpur district The town observed a bandh on Wednesday as the superintendent of police met the two families separately in his office Meanwhile hundreds of right-wing activists gathered outside the premises Ayushi reportedly told Alirajpur SP Akhilesh Jha that she was in love with Joseph a nursing college student and that she went with him of her own accord She also refused to return to her parents following which she was sent to Nari Niketan in Ujjain The activists said they wanted Joseph booked for allegedly luring Ayushi into marrying him but the police said no case could be made against him since she was not a minor Joseph was escorted to Indore under police protection to ensure his safety Police however declared the marriage invalid saying that Joseph is not a Hindu and that in order to marry Ayushi he would have to convert to Hinduism by following a procedure laid down under the Freedom of Religion Act According to the Act a person who wants to convert as well as those who would preside over the ceremony are supposed to notify the district magistrate a month in advance Jha told The Indian Express that he took the decision to declare the marriage invalid because it seemed like the best option at the time given that 300-400 activists had surrounded his office and the threat of arson and damage to government property loomed large “There are both plus and minus points when an administrator takes a decision in such matters” he said Joseph meanwhile said that the marriage in the Arya Samaj temple was carried out according to Hindu rituals Ayushi’s family had filed a complaint on September 26 when she did not return home from college Right-wing activists threatened to take to the streets when it was revealed that she had eloped with a Christian man and gave the police till September 30 to bring the couple back to Jobat The police discovered that after the marriage on September 28 the couple went to Pavagadh from where the two were brought to Jobat on October 1 The SP said the situation had returned to normal on Thursday but added that it was not safe for Joseph to return “It’s possible that he could apply to convert his faith” he said For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: December 3 2017 2:17 am MNS leader Raj Thackeray (Express photo by Prashant Nadkar) Top News The feud between the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena and the Mumbai unit of the Congress over the hawker eviction issue that took an ugly turn on Friday continued to simmer with MNS activists allegedly putting up derogatory posters outside Mumbai Congress chief Sanjay Nirupam’s house on Saturday Hitting back Nirupam claimed the MNS had the tacit support of Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and the BJP On Friday MNS workers allegedly vandalised the Mumbai Regional Congress Committee’s office near Azad Maidan The eight MNS workers who allegedly vandalised the Congress office were on Saturday produced in court which granted the Mumbai Police custody of the accused till Monday A day after Friday’s vandalism MNS activists allegedly put up a derogatory poster near Nirupam’s house Police removed it early Saturday morning but MNS activists claimed they planned to put up such posters in other parts of the city as well A Congress party office in Bandra East was also vandalised with miscreants throwing ink on party banners put up outside the office “Strongly condemn another cowardly act yesterday late night of throwing ink at Zakaria Hall Congress office Kherwadi Bandra East CM Devendra Fadnavis needs to take quick action and not be a mute spectator” the Mumbai Congress tweeted from its official handle Over the past few days the MNS and Mumbai Congress have been at loggerheads over the hawker eviction controversy with both parties seeking to draw mileage over it While the MNS has been taking up violent campaigns for eviction of illegal hawkers Nirupam has come out in the support of hawkers attacking the MNS leadership Even as the MNS has been targeting hawkers there have been increasing instances of MNS activists being attacked Last Sunday the party’s Vikhroli division head Vishwajit Dolam along with two other party workers were assaulted in Vikhroli allegedly by hawkers after the group went to a local market to demand that shopkeepers in the area ensure they put up Marathi signboards A group of hawkers is alleged to have roughed up the MNS workers On October 28 another MNS party worker Sushant Malvade suffered a fractured skull after being thrashed by hawkers in Malad The MNS leadership believes those who have been attacking them are Congress supporters Meanwhile Nirupam attacked Chief Minster Devendra Fadnavis and alleged the CM and the BJP were propping up the MNS “It has been over 24 hours since the assault on the MRCC office However there is not a word of condemnation from the chief minister He is the person responsible for the security of the state His silence about an attack on a political party is disturbing and his unwillingness to condemn the MNS shows the party has a hidden backing of the BJP and the CM” Nirupam said [email protected] For all the latest Mumbai News download Indian Express App More Top News

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