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Mamie, a remembrance

Helen Patton

Mamie, a remembrance

Mamie Dickey Slagle Patton, April 4, 1888-March 29, 1935

by Helen Patton

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Published by H. Patton in Franklin, N.C. (210 Patton Rd., Franklin 28734) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • North Carolina
    • Subjects:
    • Patton, Mamie Dickey Slagle, 1888-1935 -- Family.,
    • Patton family.,
    • North Carolina -- Biography.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Helen Patton.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT275.P4784 P37 1984
      The Physical Object
      Pagination109 p., [4] folded leaves of plates :
      Number of Pages109
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2485831M
      LC Control Number87406615

      The murder of Emmett Till was a worldwide affair. The London Daily Express sent reporter Ronald Singleton across the Atlantic to cover the story and newspapers the world over carried news of the trial. Within the United States, newspapers from coast to coast ensured that every literate American had the details of the Till affair always at their fingertips. 65 Years, is how long the family of Emmett Till has fought for justice following his murder. Join them, contribute to the fight. 1)Sign the petition and 2)Call the District Attorney for the Fourth Circuit Court District of Mississippi, W. Dewayne Richardson at to demand # JusticeForEmmettTill.. Sign the Petition here.

      Plant Diagnostic Lab - Auburn; Plant Diagnostic Lab - Birmingham; Soil & Forage Testing Lab - Auburn.   An enjoyable three and a half stars. (Penned by Mamie Dickens in remembrance of her father Charles Dickens.) My Father as I Recall Him quite simply conveys a daughter's deep personal regard for her father. In this she shares with the reader recollected anecdotes, sentiments, and bits of material from his [Charles Dickens] own writings/5(6).

      Henry T. Ream was born on Nov. 3, in or near Ursina, Somerset County, PA, the son of Samuel W. and Mary (Rheims) Ream. He was a pioneer settler of Nebraska. He was twice married. His first wife was Jane McCarthy (?). Their known children were Marcellus M. Ream, Charles H. Ream, Emma Ream, Mary McBeath, Abi Ream, Ella Ream, Fanny Jane Easton, Missouri U. Ream, John .   Brooks, Mamie Lee (Williams)- Celebrating your 17th homecoming We miss you so much Mom, each and every single day. Love, ARCHIE AND VANESSA.


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