1930. The story of Enos' search for gold with the hope of returning
with his pockets full of gold and making Ellen his wife. And it was
for Ellen that he kept a journal. He was an observer, a reporter,
with an urge to write fostered by his training in the Record
office. When he returned to Pennsylvania and preserved it in an old
tin box until the day it was uncovered. Enos was not a famous man,
but he and Ellen and Prizer tell a story of the historic and
romantic period in which they lived, faithfully from the point of
view of their own generation.
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