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Hukle is the author of Manhattan Seeds of the Big Apple, Souls of the Soil, Threads An American Tapestry and The Diary of a Northern Moon and Beneath the Elms. All available via amazon.com
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"Souls of the Soil" is driven by an 18th century murder in New York. The lives of two sets of fathers and sons--all four sharing the same DNA-crisscross between centuries in this thought provoking addition to Hukle's American Book Series. that began with Manhattan Seeds of the Big Apple
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The Waldron Series & Old Manhattan Goes Paperless
Hukle?s well researched story of early Manhattan was the lead novel for the Waldron Series. Manhattan Seeds of the Big Apple is followed by Threads An American Tapestry the story of Margaret Vandenberg, the tall, plain-fatured l8th century woman born to a Dutch immigrant and his native American wife. Moving to the 20th century Hukle's The Diary of a Northern Moon tells a tale of deceit, murder and forgiveness in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. "Souls of the Soil"
With historic accuracy Hukle tells the story of Sheriff Resolved Waldron, his wife, Tennake, and their three children who lived at the present day crossing of Wall Street and Broadway. There along with them on Block B, across the street from the Dutch West India Company?s enormous garden, resided Augustine Herrman, Peter Schaefbanck, the jailor, Hendrick Hendricksen, and Domine (clergy) Samuel Drisius.
These were but a few of America's first immigrants. This is their story.
Author Gloria Waldron Hukle is a native and resident of New York State. She resides in Averill Park, New York, a part of the Albany Capitol District Area.