This is the story about Dr. Keller's mother and the apron she wore on their early Dakota prairie farm. The time is the 1930's in Strasburg, ND. Keller creates a compelling image of his mother and her home made apron. Always present with everything his mother did, the apron was more than just a garment to be worn. It was in incredible tool used for a wide variety of tasks.
My Mother's Apron
My Mother's Apron is a story depicting life on the early Dakota prairies, focusing on Keller's mother and the essential apron she always wore.
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