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The year was 1885, and in March my average life was turned upside down. Pa got offered a high paying job with the postal service out in Oregon. I was only ten at the time we left our home in...
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July 1742- Run. That was the single thought that filled my head. I had to run, to keep moving, or else all would be lost. My feet pounded against the raw, African earth and the evening wind whipped...
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“Don’t it ever bother you?” “What?” “That your girl be white.” I looked over at my two-year-old daughter playing with pebbles she had collected from the river bank. She...