The Washington family wasnst given forty acres or a mule. C.W. Washington rose from sharecropping to the largest Black landowner in the county. A stroke forced him to retire from farming, and now hard choices must be made about his land and children. The Washingtons overcame drought, Jim Crow and poverty. Can they overcome greed, infidelity and old secrets?
|Author||:||Phyllis R. Dixon|
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