From Murray County To Margaret Mitchell provides a glimpse into the life of Georgia historian, educator, media specialist, and librarian Miss Eula Lee Branham. She is the granddaughter of Levi "Boisey" Branham, a former slave, educator, and historian, whose book , My Life and Travels, serves as an unofficial history of life on a Northwest Georgia plantation. Miss Branham's career in education spanned more than thirty years, taking her from a one-room schoolhouse to the wealthy suburb of Buckhead and the affluent Margaret Mitchell Elementary School. The biography is filled with firsthand accounts of the events and people that shaped her life and career and the lives of numerous Georgians during the 20th century. Whether you are interested in history as a profession or a hobby, you should find this biography to be a valuable source of information.
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Book Description Doris Rash-Konneh, 2015. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0692590714