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Molly Hootch Hymes describes the process she used to create "I Remember When..." a book about her years growing up as a tradition Yupik Eskimo in Alaska. Hymes and her husband, Alvin Hymes, left, worked on the book for the last 15 months. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Books feature local lore, authors: Molly Hootch Hymes autobiography reflects bygone era

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Books make welcome gifts, especially when they have connections with the local area. In the weeks before the holiday giving season, I recommend looking into these books, all by Minnesota authors. They capture local history, culture and natural beauty. Or, in the case of "I Remember When..." a Bemidji author recounts a true, far-away time and place and experiences difficult for readers to imagine in 2010. These works are all available at Book World or from the authors.

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