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Author: Teri M. Brown
Date/Time: Thursday 03/28/2024 at 11:00 AM
Book: Daughters of Green Mountain Gap
Synopsis: An Appalachian granny woman. A daughter on a crusade. A granddaughter caught between the two. Maggie McCoury, a generational healer woman, relies on family traditions, folklore, and beliefs gleaned from a local Cherokee tribe. Her daughter, Carrie Ann, believes her university training holds the answers. As they clash over the use of roots, herbs, and a dash of mountain magic versus the medicine available in the town's apothecary, Josie Mae doesn’t know whom to follow. But what happens when neither family traditions nor science can save the ones you love most? "Daughters of Green Mountain Gap" weaves a compelling tale of Maggie, Carrie Ann, and Josie Mae, three generations of remarkable North Carolina women living at the turn of the twentieth century, shedding light on racism, fear of change, loss of traditions, and the intricate dynamics within a family. Award-winning author Teri M. Brown ("Sunflowers Beneath the Snow" and "An Enemy Like Me") skillfully navigates the complexities of their lives, revealing that some questions are not as easy to answer as one might think.
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