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Mc Kenzie's Hundred

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They called her Rambling Rose McKenzie, a woman so wild and sweet, so high-spirited, no man could tame her -- or resist trying. Her birthright was McKenzie's Hundred, rich Virginia acres threatened by a desperate war.

Blind devotion stirred her to challenge the enemy in the most dangerous way a woman can. Unloosing her deepest passions for the South, she made
Hardcover, 377 pages
Published August 1985 by Doubleday Books
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Born in Augusta, Georgia to Rufus Garvin Yerby, an African American, and Wilhelmina Smythe, who was caucasian. He graduated from Haines Normal Institute in Augusta and graduated from Paine College in 1937. Thereafter, Yerby enrolled in Fisk University where he received his Master's degree in 1938. In 1939, Yerby entered the University of Chicago to work toward his doctorate but later left the univ ...more
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