Pleasant Valley Lost by Joseph J. Swope: Berks County resident’s book chronicles life on family farm in Blue Marsh

 

→ Berks County resident publishes book chronicling life on family farm in Blue Marsh region

You can pre-order the book here.

Pleasant Valley Lost by Joseph J. Swope 

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