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10 years ago I wrote a book (more like a pamphlet) about the descendants of some of the people who gave up everything that they owned in order to start a country called the United States of America. Since I had no clue what I was doing, I ended up using a low level publisher who could not print enough of the book or pamphlet.

Over the last few months, I have been working on a new book (a real book this time). Does anyone out on AR know of a family that has been farming the same piece of land for more than 150 years? If so, would you please ask them if I could interview them? For anyone who sends me a farm family I will send you a free copy of my book. The same goes to the farm family- a free book. I cannot promise that it will be a bestseller, but it will be a book this time.

Comment balloon 5 commentsKevin Robinson • June 04 2009 05:26PM


Good Luck with your book ,May God bless your endeavor.

Posted by Hugh Krone, Realtor, Sussex County NJ (Weichert Referral Associates) about 10 years ago


You Rock!! Thank you for reminding me that some Great Americans are out there fighting the good fight. Sending Prayers for success for your book!!


Posted by Alice Linahan (Voices Empower ) about 10 years ago

Once upon a time I could have likely helped you with this, but I am afraid that the latest generations in my area have begun to walk off the farm, myself included.

Posted by JL Boney, III, Columbia, SC Real Estate (Coldwell Banker) about 10 years ago

In our area it is the Hunters in the Skok Valley of Mason County.Google Hunter Farms. They are in danger of loosing their farm though because the county will no longer allow them to make the needed repairs to the home. Janie Caymen is one member of the family who served as a Republican County Commissioner. as did her Uncle Bill Hunter. She would be a great resource-Dinah Lee

Posted by Dinah Lee Griffey, Managing Broker Windermere Peninsula Properties (Windermere Peninsula Properties) about 10 years ago

Thanks Dinah. I will look up that family.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 10 years ago