This is the final chapter in a trilogy called The Sweet Annie Series. Taken from both family and recorded history it covers the life and times of Annie Cowan. Annie was a true daughter of the South, born in an antebellum mansion in Cowan, Tennessee, a town named for her ancestors. The story continues following the family's relocation to a two room log cabin in Texas after The Civil War. Annie was a direct descendant of a family rich in American heritage. As Irish immigrants the Cowan's were part of America's history long before the signing of The Declaration of Independence; they were pioneers that helped to tame and settle the South and Southwest. This is Annie's story.
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Joyce Bishop Morris boarded the bookmobile in Winters, California at the age of nine, she did not get off until she had taken that bookmobile like the grasshoppers took Kansas. Well versed in childrens classics by thirteen she knew this was what she wanted to do, write books and stories for young readers. She has done this with The Sweet Annie Series. She quickly found that this series not only appealed to the young but also to the young at heart and her fan base was established to include all ages. Joyce was born in Millsap, Texas, grew up in Winters, California and now resides with her husband of 38 years, David, in the Midwest
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