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Julie's Heritage
Catherine Marshall
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Julie's Heritage

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The spotlight fell on Julie, a dark dark girl in a pure-white dress. She stepped forward and clasped her hands.
Hardcover, 231 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by David McKay Co (first published April 1st 1966)
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I had put off reading this book for a couple years because I have to be in a certain mood to tolerate books about race relations. I get so sad and depressed that usually I don't think it's worth it.

This book was worth it. Julie's heritage was written in 1957, and is about a teenage girl who is black. She lives in a nice neighborhood and her father is a doctor and her mother is a housewife who heads up a lot of committees. Julie has two best friends that she has known for years, and a cousin who
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Marshall was born in Johnson City, Tennessee.[1][2] She was the daughter of the Reverend John Ambrose Wood and Leonora Whitaker Wood.[1] From the age of nine until her graduation from high school, Marshall was raised in Keyser, West Virginia,[1] where her father served as pastor of a Presbyterian church from 1924 to 1942.[1]

While a junior at Agnes Scott College, she met Peter Marshall, marrying hi
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