Making a Way Emily Davenport

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Published: October 29th 2010

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216 pages


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Making a Way  by  Emily Davenport

Making a Way by Emily Davenport
October 29th 2010 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 216 pages | ISBN: | 10.27 Mb

Stories of the Deep South conjure antebellum images of magnolia trees, honeysuckle vines, balmy days, hot love, and strong women. Making a Way portrays a different version of the South. In this memoir, author Emily Davenport tells about her life asMoreStories of the Deep South conjure antebellum images of magnolia trees, honeysuckle vines, balmy days, hot love, and strong women.

Making a Way portrays a different version of the South. In this memoir, author Emily Davenport tells about her life as a twentieth-century woman who followed many of the same traditions but at a different time and in a different way.Telling the tale of her life from her birth in 1923 in Columbia, South Carolina, through her youth as an only child, this story provides a glimpse into the Roaring Twenties in the South.

Emily’s father demonstrated a strong work ethic, and her mother inspired a thirst for knowledge. It was a time when a man’s word was his bond, and honesty and integrity were the mark of a good citizen.Making a Way tells how Emily received her education not only from books but from her varied experiences. Following in her mother’s footsteps, she became a nurse and later found, at age fifty another talent that lay buried deep within her. Today, this Southern woman continues to give her time and energy to others. Hers is a life well lived with ups and downs- she never gives up, and she keeps the faith that tomorrow will be better.



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