Alice Crain Hawkins could be called the Grandma Moses of Literature. Her stories, published for the first time, were written while an invalid during the last years of her life. These journal entries from the late 1920s and early 30s gives us a fresh, novel and unique understanding of the lives of those who lived in the upper part of South Carolina during the states growing years. Alice and her ancestors experiences are filled with understanding - they are provocative and profound.
|Title:||Grandmother Alice||Publisher:||McCleery & Sons Publishing|
|No. of Pages:||176|
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