The 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....
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About the Author
David Charles Hart, a father, grandfather and great-grandfather, is a retired Financial Services Representative, and Veteran of the United States Air Force. He and his wife, Catherine, married since 1969, reside in Washington State.A special note of "Thanks" is extended to the following persons whose contributions to this book project were useful and greatly appreciated: Joyce Beacham-Vicksburg, Spencer Heinz-Portland, Dennis Hensley- Fort Wayne, Tina King-Pittsburgh, Miyoko Rokumoto-Seattle, Rose Stidham-Ocean Shores, Katherine Vasser-Seattle, Arthur Wright-Renton, Junko Yamazaki-Seattle, and to the members of the Northwest Independent Writer's Association (NIWA)- Thank You!...