The Legend of Dead Men Dwarf at Winsor Ruins: And the Legend of Blue Water Treasure by Parker Chamberlain

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Parker Chamberlain
Trafford Publishing
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The Legend of Dead Men Dwarf at Winsor Ruins: And the Legend of Blue Water Treasure

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Parker Chamberlain; brings to his readers every Childs Secret wish, a treasure hunt set to a historical background of southern plantations; legends, and the oldest Plantation in Mississippi Winsor Ruins; this story has the flavor of Mark Twain's Huckel Berry Finn; a drop of Edgar Allen Poe's Darkness in Fiction. Parker Chamberlain in his author's word utilized Julia and David green a living examples that down line slave descendents have obtained A unique place in American Politics and the communities in the state of Mississippi. The honorable David Green was elected to the office of State Representative for District 96 and is a graduate of Al Corn State University, this university was established by the Mississippi Legislature in 1871 he is a first graduate from this university as a down line slave descendant to be elected to public office to service the community as from the very legislative body that chartered the first and largest black university in the history of the state of Mississippi since the civil war, this has never been possible before the 1963 and 1964 voting rights act was approved by John F. Kennedy and the congress of the united stated; these leaps and bounds, in social and political change that began with the emancipation proclamation form the 1800's thru the 1900's, brought political change and self realization to the Negros, that education was not just a dream, but a doorway that accessed the stair well to power in America; a clear message Unlocked by President Kennedy in the 1963 and 1964 Voting Rights Act, to young Black Americans that a turning point has been achieved. It began with 40 acres and a mule and has climaxed at the 44th president, a Black American; Barock-O-Bama, proof positive that America has reached her turning point. Envoked by Dr. Martin Luther King I Have a dream, America Experience not a Fiction, but a true story of his families American experience. Touched by the divine t

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