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Trees As My Ancestors

About Place Journal, Volume V. Issue III

May, 2019
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The year was 1975 and I was a forestry major at Virginia Tech. Unlike my other college classes, dendrology required I traipse through the woods and speak the name of each tree. Forestry had called to me because I sensed it was the way I could connect with my "lost" Cherokee ancestors.

Laura Foreman
Laura Bowers Foreman is a writer, teacher and editor and a recipient of an Honorable Mention Award by New Millennium Writings. As both a novelist and nature writer, she has published in various magazines, journals and anthologies.

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