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If the Creek Don't Rise, Rita Williams, 0151011540
If the Creek Don't Rise
My Life Out West with the Last Black Widow of the Civil War
Rita Williams

ISBN: 0151011540
Format: Hardcover, 336pp
Pub. Date: May 2006
Publisher: Harcourt
BBP Sales Rank: 55,785
List Price: $23.00
 

 
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When Rita Williams was four, her mother died in a Denver boarding house. This death delivered Rita into the care of her aunt Daisy, the last surviving African American widow of a Union soldier and a maverick who had spirited her sharecropping family out of the lynching South and reinvented them as ranch hands and hunting guides out West. But one by one they slipped away, to death or to an easier existence elsewhere, leaving Rita as Daisy's last hope to right the racial wrongs of the past and to make good on a lifetime of thwarted ambition. If the Creek Don't Rise tells how Rita found her way out from under this crippling legacy and, instead of becoming "a perfect credit to her race," discovered how to become herself.

Set amid the harsh splendor of the Colorado Rockies, this is a gorgeous, ruthless, and unique account of the lies families live-and the moments of truth and beauty that save us.
 
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