The Olden Days: Growing Up in Mississippiby Irma Franklin
I decided to write this book because my children were always asking me to tell them stories about "the olden days." I wrote all of these stories about how I grew up in Mississippi in the 1920 and 30s. I thought it was important for our children to know what life was like 75 years ago. Also, I thought other people our age could identify with these times, and younger people could see what life was like in the 20s and 30s.
I started writing about when I was five years of age and wrote up to the age of fifty five. Now there are fifty eight stories or chapters.
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