Free eBook Closing Down the American Base at Adak, Alaska: The Social and Psychological Trauma of Relocating Military Families download
by Shirley A. Gilley
Author: Shirley A. Gilley
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Pr (June 1, 1997)
Category: Biography and Memoir
Subcategory: Leaders and Notable People
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In 1989, the author moved with her husband to a military base located on the island of Adak in Alaska's Aleutian Islands, where he had been hired as school superintendent.
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