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Riley's Crossing is the story of a courageous man. His courage shown in both his public and private life, during the Civil War and the last half of the 1800's. Thomas Mercer Riley went against all odds to live with, and love a forbidden woman and Their family. It is also the story of a community that, despite the racial intolerance of the times, "looked the other way", and still remembers Captain Riley as "a good man". What made his story, and the story of his family, is part of the Southern history of this nation.
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Kathy McCoy is the Executive Director of the Center for Education and Performing Arts in Pell City, Alabama. She served as the Executive Director of the Monroe County Heritage Museums in Monroe County, Alabama for 15 years. Kathy was also the director of the annual production held in Monroeville of "To Kill a Mockingbird" for 16 years, during which time she toured the play nationally and internationally. She is the author of two other non-fiction books on Monroe County
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