Great books are where the past
meets the future.
Historic Pottstown Families: In Stories and Photos (Softcover) by Bee Jay Caldwell
Author Bee Jay Caldwell has lived in the Pottstown area for most of her life and enjoys sharing stories of how the "Sprit of her ancestors" is always present in her life.
Historic Pottstown Families in Stories and Photos focuses on an area in North Carolina that was settled by descendants of former slaves to make a new life for themselves. The book showcases rich history of the Pottstown area and the families who called it home.
Let Bee Jay take you on a journey with her ancestors through the stories and images in this 98-page book.
Sharecropper-soft cover by Mable Ann Hemphill
There once was a young lad, who was of a royal priesthood in his homeland in Africa, who was brought as a slave in shackles and chains to America. He is only known as Prince. From him came a son named David. From him came a son named John Andy. From him came a son named George. And from these forefathers came a daughter named Mable Ann. This is her story of growing up in the South, raised as a Sharecroppers daughter.
My Hometown USA-2nd Edition by Joe Griffin, Sr.
This compelling history of small town USA makes history come alive. Filled with photographs and interesting anecdotes, Joe Griffin, Sr. traces the early beginnings of a small town in North Carolina, but this history book could be from any small town during the time period from the 1700's to present day. This book is for all ages.