The Mitts Paragon is a story, based on facts, about the Mitts family in rural southwest Arkansas during the 1920's and 1930's. At a time when the entire nation was struggling to survive through the Great Flood of 1927, the Great Depression beginning in 1929, and the Dust Bowl of the 1930's, The Mitts Paragon details a few of the trials and hardships the family endured and their conviction to do what was right, even in the face of adversity, when other people might have conceded defeat. It tells of the simple, treasured moments they embraced, rich with frequent laughter which seemed to knit the family closer together when other families were unraveling. It tells how both the trials and treasures strengthened and enhanced their moral character. Their strength of character grew when hard work, truth, honesty, and fairness failed to provide another's basic needs. It continues from one family's natural aging and decline to the building of a new, younger family that will continue to bear the torch.
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