Adventures on False Bottom Creek, 1940–1948: One Girl's Story

Adventures on False Bottom Creek, 1940–1948: One Girl's Story

“Adventures on False Bottom Creek, 1940–1948: One Girl’s Story” follows the childhood experiences of Margaret Foglesong Ball Lloyd as her family moved from Los Angeles, California, to a farm near St. Onge, north of the Black Hills. There, Lloyd grew up among a large extended family, attended a one-room school, and felt the impacts of World War II on the home front.

Lloyd earned her M.S. and Ph.D. from Washington State University and is a former professor of behavioral psychology. She now lives in Des Moines, Iowa.