Author: Everett Kelly
ISBN 978-1-62137-603-3 (hardcover)
This is the story of the life of an individual who was born in poverty and who rose to personal success. Though the journey as related here would at times be hard to believe, a strong mother led and inspired her children to move forward and improve their lives. This reflection of a family's struggles during the Great Depression will at times move you to disbelief but the story is accurate and real. It vividly illustrates the life of a large, depression day family. Everett Kelly was a mid-level child of a family of twelve children and his parents. His personal tenacity to better himself and his loved ones is a mark of this man's character and desire to make things better for all. The reader will be enthralled by his efforts to improve his life and to create a better life for others through his social and political service.
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