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Crazy Love eIng the past This woman was a treasure trove of history Daisy Turner was the daughter of freed African American slaves Daisy Turner became a living repository of history The family narrativentrusted to her #Her Grandfather Was A Member Of The #grandfather was a member of the in West Africa who came to the US as a slave His mother was actually a white British woman Who Was In A Shipwreck Off Western Africa She Had was in a shipwreck off western Africa She had child Daisy s grandfather who she taught to speak English His story and hers and her Annual Editions: Technologies, Social Media, and Society extended family s story wasntrusted to her They author was able to interview her and research her story This is an incredible story of slavery and perseverance I received an ARC of this book in xchange for an honest reviewAn ngaging oral history of the Turner family from slavery to freedom Jane C Beck has preserved Daisy s stories as told to her by Daisy at 100 years of age A true gem this story deserves to be read over and over again Recommended Jane C Beck founder of the Ve. Of oral history Beck uses Turner's storytelling to build the Turner family saga using at its foundation the oft repeated touchstone at the heart of their xperiences the abduction into slavery of Turner's African ancestors; Daisy's father Alec learning to read; his return as a soldier to his former plantation to kill his former overseer; and Daisy's childhood stand against racism Other stories re create ,
Vermont Folklorist Jane C Beck met Daisy Turner the Vermont #daughter of African American freed slaves near the nd of Ms Turner s long life Beck was granted many interviews #of African American freed slaves near the nd of Ms Turner s long life Beck was granted many interviews Turner and they became friends The result is Miss Daisy s dream The preservation of the saga of the Turner family their African roots and their long sojourn in New EnglandPerhaps only a folklorist could have undertaken this project Miss Daisy s mind was sharp and her recollections were vivid yet
Sometimes Seemed Fantastical Beckseemed fantastical Beck able to verify many people places and incidents and she understood the ssential truth of the ntire story Those interested in African American history will thank her for her contribution as will those whose interest is New England and particularly Vermont history I really really njoyed this book but then too I am into genealogy and history Oral history though it may be New Plant Parent: Learn the Ways of Plant Parenthood exaggerated always has some truth to it and is a great stepping stone to find. A daughter of freed African American slaves Daisy Turner became a living repository of history The family narrativentrusted to her a well polished artifact an heirloom that had been carefully preserved began among the Yoruba in West Africa and continued with her own century and of life In 1983 folklorist Jane Beck began
a series of interviews with Turner then one hundred years old and still relating four generations.series of interviews with Turner then one hundred years old and still relating four generations. .
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The Shores Of Westshores of West to the h What surprising pleasure We live #African American family from the shores of West Africa to the h What a surprising pleasure We live time in Grafton Vermont so since the author was coming to Grafton to talk about this book it was incumbent on me to read it I started grudgingly and was almost immediately caught up in this remarkable story Daisy Turner is still a much talked about presence in our little village because she lived much of her life on the 150 acre farm on the top of Bare Hill a short ways outside of Grafton Her father Alex had come there shortly after the Civil War and raised his family there The research on this book back to Africa is Dreaming Me: An African-American Woman's Buddhist Journey exacting and the family tales are astonishing After reading the book Carol and I climbed up to the old Turner homestead at the top of Turner Hill Road and found the one remaining 1901 cabin which is now going to be preserved and added to the African American Heritage Trai. Nslavement and her father's life in Vermont in short the range of lifevents large and small transmitted by means so alive as to include voice inflections Beck at the same time weaves in historical research and offers a folklorist's perspective on oral history and the hazards and uses of memory Publication of this book is supported by grants from the Andrew W Mellon Foundation and the L J and Mary C Skaggs Folklore Fund. ,