In his narrative, Andrew Johnson tells the story of his family's sojourn under this system. Told from the prospective of being the youngest child of ten, the reader is taken through stories that will bring tears, laughter and pride. Yes. Jim Crow was an awful scourge on this family as well as the country. However, through this book, the family through tears and terror shall triumph and show the reader how 'Momma Slapped Jim Crow.'
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About the Author
Upon graduation from college, Andrew accepted a position at IBM Corporation and moved to upstate NY. He relocated to Austin, Texas and retired there in 2006. In his retirement; Andrew writes and is a genealogist.
His son Andy is a writer and a professor of creative writing at the University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa. His daughter Heather is ordained African Methodist Episcopal Minister and a practicing attorney in Atlanta, GA. His artsy granddaughter Nozomi in a student at Savannah College of Art and Design.
Andrew lives alone and is active in his local church congregation.