Meet the Author
NORMA MILLER got her start as a professional dancer as a teenager, when she was invited to join the swing dance troupe, Whitey's Lindy Hoppers. By the late 1930s, the Lindy Hoppers were internationally renowned. In 2003, the National Endowment for the Arts honored Norma Miller with a National Heritage Fellowship, the highest form of federal recognition for folk and traditional artists in America. Norma Miller lives in Florida, where she continues to teach, choreograph, dance, and "swing, baby, swing!"
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This book is touching and haunting - I recommend it without reservation. I was lucky to have participated in the care of Miss Osceola at the end of her life here in Dallas as one of her physicians - her spirit lives on in her wonderful family and through this marvelous book... enjoy it!