The Big Grass

eBook (PDF), 300 Pages
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A Civil War Epic ~ A classic southern “Gone With the Wind” but shorter! Journey into New Orleans 1800s, the calm before the storm of the war against slavery, North against South, and all things to forever change the hearts and souls of the Old South. Slaves called the sugar cane the Big Grass. Louisiana plantations, powered by slavery, was the story of survival. Planter Jeff Lareshe, heir to the Cypresses Plantation on the Mississippi River outside New Orleans, is committed to uphold the family legacy intrusted to him. Jeff’s childhood love for the river and its ships lead him to dream that one day he would become a sea captain, an unrequited dream that haunts him throughout his life. Buried deep in his psyche, it is what troubles him when he must rely on slave labor for the plantation’s success. His beliefs and decisions create turmoil in his life, including his marriage to the beautiful Amelia Kingston, a Boston socialite who harbors aloof ideas about her... More > duties as mistress of a big plantation.< Less
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Second Edition
September 29, 2011
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