Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 I have a recipe for corn bread, and also for India relish: Elizabeth Scott Hardin, my great-great-great-great-great-grandmother, was said to have hidden in a cave with her children during Indian fighting.
#2 I had a quilt made by my great-great-grandmother Elizabeth Anthony Reese on a wagon journey during which she buried one child, gave birth to another, twice contracted mountain fever, and took turns driving a yoke of oxen, a span of mules, and twenty-two head of loose stock.
#3 My grandmother, Nancy Hardin Cornwall, was a woman who had fixed and settled principles, aims, and motives in life. She was a brave woman who never seemed afraid of Indians or of hardships.
#4 Edna Magee Jerrett was a Black Irish woman who grew up in a house filled with educational curiosities. She was beautiful, indulged, and given. She knew what children wanted, and she gave it to them.