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Amy Utter's Journeys: TB and Other Tragedies in Rural America's Heartland

by:
Fred L. Edwards, Jr. (Author)

ISBN: 0-7414-3525-X ©2006
Price: $14.95
Book Size: 5.5'' x 8.5'' , 225 pages
Category/Subject: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Historical

A biographical story of a young woman's journeys through the 1920s heartland -- fleeing a cheating husband, seeking companionship, fighting tuberculosis, clinging to faith -- but pilloried by the disease.

Abstract:
Amy Utter’s Journeys: TB and Other Tragedies in Rural America’s Heartland chronicles a young woman, devastated by a broken marriage in 1924, who searches for “Fun, with a capital ‘F,’” yet embraces her Christian fundamentalist beliefs along with her “Romeos.” Then comes the “Great White Plague” – tuberculosis. In a Missouri sanatorium she balances faith in her God with trust in 1930 medical science, until the end. The book, taken from her diaries, provides a striking background of the rural heartland of more than 75 years ago, and includes genealogical references to generations of Utter ancestors and descendants.

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