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Dreamweaver

Strickland, Buddy

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ISBN 10: 0978839803 / ISBN 13: 9780978839802
Published by Dreamweaver Publishing, Indian Trail, Nc, 2006
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A fictional story of Native Americans in the South who were slaves. In the southern wilderness they lived, bathed, and were happy to have food, a dry place to sleep and safety. After the Civil War, the textile mills were the employers and could be just as cruel as the plantation taskmasters. 308 pages. A great depiction of life's evolution in the textile towns of the south. A great new author raised in the area written about in this novel. Bookseller Inventory # 004451

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Title: Dreamweaver

Publisher: Dreamweaver Publishing, Indian Trail, Nc

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket

Signed: Signed by Author

Edition: First Edition

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The novel "Dreamweaver" is set in the 1940's and 50's , the Camelot era of the South when boys were free to wander and take risks in the exploration of their territories. An "Angela's Ashes" with a Southern accent , the story involves the adolescent escapades of Buddy and Jimmy, mid century Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, on a poor man's farm in a terxtile village of Kannapolis in North Carolina. The Southern smorgasbord which includes dream sequences of Buddy's ancestors, an Indian couple, Amos and Lea who were 19th century slaves on a North Carolina Plantation.

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Buddy Strickland was born in Kannapolis in 1937, educated at UNC, Chapel Hill, NC - Catawba College, Salisbury, NC. and graduate studies at Emory University in Atlanta. He served churches in Georgia and in North Carolina for thirty-seven years. He and his wife Betty have four children and seventeen grandchildren.

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