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White Gold Cotton

The Sharecroppers Stories

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White Gold Cotton by Charles Watkins III
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This is set in the rural part of America in the 1960s. A great deal of African Americans were still in the South, picking cotton, chopping cotton, and working on plantations. Little did we know that in the 1960s, there was an industrial revolution not only in the north with the steel mills, stockyards, constructions, and in others, like domestic jobs in the home, hotels, and for drivers in all aspects of transportation. Every Sunday morning, African Americans would attend church, all day long in most situations because that was a tradition that was taking place in the South during the sharecropping days and slavery days. I found out that a great deal of churches provided financial support and education for the laughs because Americans were sharecroppers. African Americans, with their best Sunday clothes on, headed to the church to thank God for another week. Traditions such as gold traditions were maintained by the shoppers and also African American landholders and owners as well. There was also a great deal of landowners doing shopping. At this time, they did not have as much property as plantation owners. But they were lying on this, and they had so much pride in what they did in their work. These basic and general values for African Americans on Sundays is very powerful. Let us look forward to the next book that will discuss what happened after 1965 once the sharecropper grandson enters the Chicago metropolitan area after being gone for seven years and see his views and understanding of returning back from the rule of Mississippi to the Uptown Chicago. Lets see what changes in opportunity that will be taken advantage of and the disadvantages that he will experience. This is my view. This is my love for the book White Gold Cotton and Sharecroppers Stories. Charles Watkins lll, author of the book

Author Biography

Charles Watkins the book called White Gold Cotton the sharecropping stories the Hobbies consists of writing short stories painting with acrylic paint on heavy cotton canvas and and linen canvas enjoy playing tennis and spending time with my daughters Tamia and Tamera I have a hobby also consist of restoring old cars and listen to good jazz music also enjoy tasting of good wine malt scotch I also enjoy listening to other people experience and Journeys at they are had in life Im also encouraged by younger people best trying to reach their goals trying to become someone and having a dreams to come true as a teacher one of the main object as I had with student and training them that it will propel them up out of the situation with their Authority in educational for the future I am so blessed to be able to enjoy the simple things of life from a variety of backgrounds with people also enjoy my oldest daughter success at Jackson State University Gallery director that loves promoting art her name is Shonda I have a lovely son as well his name is Charles Watkins to 4th a devoted father and hard worker as well that lives in Jackson Mississippi one grandson by the name of Camry and other one other name of Cody I am so blessed to be able to fulfill my dream and to write this book that I have planned to write so many years that has became a great part of me and that Im able to share with society and my readers hopefully it will be a motivation for other people to write into paint and to express themselves in the area of creative writing.
Release date NZ
May 8th, 2018
Pages
112
Illustrations
Illustrations, color
Imprint
Liferich
Dimensions
203x254x8
ISBN-13
9781489716835
Product ID
28053235

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