DescriptionThe history of Mississippi prompts a young African American mother to leave that state and seek a better life out west. In 1939, while traveling by train from California to Oregon, she encounters a Japanese photographer whose photos are used to plan the destruction of those same lives out west....
November 13, 2019
5.98 X 0.67 X 9.02 inches | 0.97 pounds
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About the Author
David Hart is a retired financial services representative and a veteran having served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam era. Married since 1969, he and his wife, Catherine, are residents of Washington State and have two sons along with a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Tales From The Millinery Shop is David's second book. His first book, titled "Sister B," is based on the 102-year-old historical lifetime of his mother, Willie Mae Hart. This second book pays a bit of homage to his father, Theodore Roosevelt Hart, who was born in October 1904 in New York City to an interracial couple. His father was African-American, and mother was Caucasian from Germany. "Tales..." relates their experiences and those of their friends who worked in the hat-making shop....