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Dutch Thompson - 100 Years/Incredible Changes

DutchThompsonBygoneDays.jpgThis webisode of Dutch Thompson's Bygone Days, featured are folks born 100 years ago... in 1913. We hear from Arthur Hughes who farmed in Bedford on the road to Dalvay all his life, 100 year old Amy Bryanton from Kensington, and townie - Frances Llewellyn from Georgetown and Everett Macdougall, who celebrated his 100th birthday in May. It's hard to imagine the incredible changes they've seen in the farming industry in their lifetime.

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