When all God's children get together : a celebration of the lives and music of African American people in far western North Carolina / by Ann Miller Woodford
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|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library||975.6 W (Text)||39493107917272||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Jackson County Public Library||975.6 W (Text)||39493107877831||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
|Macon County Public Library||975.600496073 W (Text)||39493108058753||Adult Fiction Display||Checked out||08/14/2017|
|Macon County Public Library||REF 975.600496073 W (Text)||39493107894315||Adult Reference||Available||-|
|Haywood County Main Library||NC 975.6 Woodford (Text)||33115007632042||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780988811003
- ISBN: 0988811006
- Physical Description: xxiv, 550, A-38, I-36 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
- Publisher: Andrews, N.C. : Published by Ann Woodford in cooperation with One Dozen Who Care, Inc., 2015.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical rferences and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Ch. 1. Voices from the ancestors -- Ch. 2. Western North Carolina African American churches -- Ch. 3. Our preachers and community leaders, men of conviction and women of fire -- Ch. 4. African American/Black/"Colored" schools and teachers -- Ch. 5. Our worlds of work -- Ch. 6. Sports: a way out for some -- Ch. 7. Segregation woes -- Ch. 8. Veterans, in memoriam, and cemeteries -- Ch. 9. Our lives: community stories -- Ch. 10. My life, and on being black: personal statement -- Ch. 11. One Dozen Who Care, Inc. (ODWC) -- Ch. 12. Community photos
|Summary, etc.:|| "This monumental work reveals the powerful story of a people who have been largely invisible in their own homeland. With extraordinary images and gripping narratives, Ann Miller Woodford opens a door to the homes, churches, and daily lives of the African American people of far western North Carolina. She unflinchingly captures the horrors imposed under Jim Crow, but also the kindness and decency of the mountain people, who offered friendship and a helping hand to their Black neighbors. You can almost hear the music ... you can feel the pain, the heartbreak, the striving. Like any great drama, All God's Children deals with obstacles and tragedy. But, ultimately, obstacles are overcome and tragic circumstances yield to the indomitable human spirit." -- From back cover
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