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Counted Corpse Paperback – Import, 31 August 2021
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- Publisher : Andrea Cumbo-Floyd (31 August 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 194 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1952430275
- ISBN-13 : 978-1952430275
- Item Weight : 231 g
- Dimensions : 13.97 x 1.12 x 21.59 cm
- Country of Origin : India
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In this series there is actually very little about cross stitch, but so much about other activities. The information given is always interesting and very useful if the subject is new to the reader. My knowledge of the American Civil War comes from history lessons in school and some general reading. But, as a Brit, I have very little direct knowledge. This book is fascinating in the description given of the situation between the Native American communities, the enslaved population and the slave owners and how the tensions arising from such situations can lead to consequences in our modern world. I had very little idea of the looting of Indian burial grounds. I suppose that I shouldn't be surprised as this has happened all over the world with various civilisations. But I had no idea that it was so widespread. The racial tensions were much easier to understand as they still exist in many countries today unfortunately. Do not misunderstand me. The book is not out to preach sermons or give history lessons. However it does give a lesson in civilised behaviour, kindness and understanding between communities. The main characters were, as usual, very likeable. But a lot of the added charm of this book was the depth of the new characters. You want to get to know them and understand where they come from.
This is the best book yet in a very good series.
Uncovering diaries written by a past pastor's wife and what she knew about the people of the community lead to her death. All the talk about families and family trees makes me what to research my family. What secrets does the family trees of the town hold and why does it still need to be protected.