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THE LIFE AND MEMORIES OF A SHARE CROPPER'S DAUGHTER By LOIS NADEAN LESTER
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A story of a share cropper's daughter who grew up in hard times in the Boot Heel cotton country, and remembers many good times in spite of being poor. There are funny stories as well as bad, but... More > they are all true.< Less
THE LIFE AND MEMORIES OF A SHARE CROPPER'S DAUGHTER By LOIS NADEAN LESTER
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A story of a share cropper's daughter who grew up in hard times in the Boot Heel cotton country, and remembers many good times in spite of being poor. There are funny stories as well as bad, but... More > they are all true.< Less
THE LIFE AND MEMORIES OF A SHARE-CROPPER'S DAUGHTER By Lois Lester
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A true story of a share cropper's family living in the Boot Heel of Missouri. Many hard times, sad times and laughter is depicted within this book. Most of all there was a lot of love as... More > remembered by one of the daughters.< Less
THE LIFE AND MEMORIES OF A SHARE-CROPPER'S DAUGHTER By Lois Lester
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A true story of a share cropper's family living in the Boot Heel of Missouri. Many hard times, sad times and laughter is depicted within this book. Most of all there was a lot of love as... More > remembered by one of the daughters.< Less
Pine House - The Day Emancipation Dawned By Charles Rodenbough
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PINE HOUSE is a plantation built by Leonard Nicholson a decade before the outbreak of the Civil War. He brings his wife, Martha, against her wishes, into Stokes County, North Carolina and creates a... More > typical slave-based plantation of the upper South. In the war, they lose their only son, and by emancipation, they lose half their wealth in the form of the ownership of their slave labor force. Leonard, who has suppressed his own guilt at depriving other human beings of their freedom as the price of slavery, must now reconstruct his plantation on a new labor base. His former slaves must create a new society and find definition for freedom. The struggle under reconstituted economic and social conditions, is a mutual contest of the former master and slave, who cannot hope to survive without each other. Each element of the struggle evolves out of the capriciousness of birth. Judge Thomas Settle is the moral protagonist who challenges Leonard's conflicted sensitivity.< Less
FROM DAWN TO THE GOLDEN YEARS By Lois Lester
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A true story of a Share-Cropper's family facing hard times in the Boot Heel of Missouri. There were hard times, sad times and happy times. But mostly there was love of a family and memories as... More > remembered by one of the daughters.< Less
FROM DAWN TO THE GOLDEN YEARS By Lois Lester
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A true story of a Share-Cropper's family facing hard times in the Boot Heel of Missouri. There were hard times, sad times and happy times. But mostly there was love of a family and memories as... More > remembered by one of the daughters.< Less