Corporal Freddie Stowers: A Memoir, Familial Past and Present is an account of the legacy of Freddie Stowers and the experience of family members, written from the perspective of Cpl. Stower's niece Tonnie Stowers Jackson. She sheds light on the commitment level of community leaders and family to rectify the placement of an unearthed park Landmark dedicated to Cpl. Stowers. The book describes the benefits and challenges that become apparent when people from dissimilar backgrounds work collaborate for the good of the community.
|Publisher:||Sancho Education Group|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.29(d)|
About the Author
Tonnie Stowers Jackson is a resident of Upstate South Carolina. For many years, her home was Washington, DC. As a tenacious reader, Ms. Jackson developed a personal library that fueled her interest in many subject areas. She further exercised this interest by serving as a Union President and executive board member to several organizations over the years. From drafting union regulations to creating compilations of poetry, Ms. Jackson believes in expressing herself literally. She enjoys communing with her family, fueling her blog @ theseniorwordartist.blogspot.com, and supporting her community spiritually.