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A Lookback into the Dark Times of the Great Depression and an Account of American Resilience through the Eyes of Farmers

Jean Sauls is inviting everyone to take a trip down memory lane and revisit the 1920ís

Columbia, Mississippi – WEBWIRE

The 1920s or coined as the Roaring Twenties is a decade-long global economic growth. However, it had also preceded the Great Depression which was the complete opposite of the Roaring Twenties. It was certainly a tough time for everyone, especially for those in the rural countrysides. However, the story of a family who lived through the difficulties of the Great Depression will warm our hearts in a candid recollection. Jean Sauls will invite us to follow the fun and wholesome story of the Ellzey family in her book, ďThe Bottom Place: Stories of Life on a Rural Mississippi Farm in the 1920s.Ē

The book will transport us back to the Great Depression when the rules of survival involve wit, determination, and intelligence. These are exactly what the Ellzey siblings displayed and donít lack. They had shown resilience through this tough time, and with the guidance of their parents, they had become effective people.

Sauls effectively narrates a very entertaining story. She will take every reader back into the tough yet simple days of rural countryside Mississippi. She was able to reconcile real-life events and historical accounts. Most importantly, she showcased a classic depiction of an American family. It is certainly a book we can read to regain the value for family, which sadly is becoming scarce. The book will instill the value of unity and love within the family. It also demonstrates resilience and learning to focus on the brighter side of things regardless of the circumstances. Moreover, this reminder will certainly help us appreciate all the convenience we have and experience today.

Take this trip down memory lane through the perspective of the Ellzeys. Revisit one of the darker times in the history of America and learn how people adapted and survived. Donít miss out on this masterpiece. Grab your copy now!

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The Bottom Place: Stories of Life on a Rural Mississippi Farm in the 1920s
Author: Jean G. Sauls
Publisher: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: February 2021
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About the Author
Jean G. Sauls graduated high school from Lumberton, Mississippi; finished a BS degree in education at Mississippi College; and earned a MS from the University of Southern Mississippi with an emphasis in reading. Jean has two grown children, Jeffrey and Daphne, and one granddaughter, Presley.

The author taught school for thirty-five years in Louisiana, Georgia, Minnesota, Illinois, and Mississippi, the last for the past nineteen years. For the past twenty-five years, Jean has lived in Columbia, Mississippi, with her husband, Bobby. She is the pianist for East Columbia Baptist Church, teaches an adult ladiesí Sunday school class, and plays in the handbell choir.

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