Ken & Manilla Coursen (parents of Morris) were 1940 settlers on the Kenai River in Cooper Landing. Ken worked odd jobs and was often an employee of the U. S. Forest Service. There's was a warm hearth, in fact homesteaders on their way to Seward from the Soldotna area often stopped at the Coursen home. The Coursens were a generation older than the homesteaders and were free with good advice and warm coffee.
Cooper Landing, Alaska
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