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Back to Mississippi: A Personal Journey Through the Events that Changed America in 1964
Back to Mississippi A Personal Journey Through the Events that Changed America in 1964
Author: Mary Winstead
In this beautifully written memoir, a Northerner looks back at her Southern roots and discovers shocking truths about racism, the Klan, and one of the most devastating crimes in American history. Mary Winstead grew up in Minneapolis, captivated by her father’s tales of his boyhood in rural Mississippi. As a child, she visited her re...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780786867967
ISBN-10: 0786867965
Publication Date: 8/2002
Pages: 256
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Publisher: Theia
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback
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Good book about the civil rights era!Interesting dosent get bogged down
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An interesting look at a segment of the deep south by a woman whose journey back home uncovers secrets of the civil rights years. I really enjoyed it.
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Seldom do we get to read a memoir of the civil rights years in the Deep South, so this is a book that will interest many...a first-person account of personal responsibility in a time that our nation endured much upheaval.


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