The Kitchen HouseLarge Print - 2012
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“My grandma showed me that there is always something to learn, that everybody got something to tell you”
― Kathleen Grissom
“We a family, carin' for each other. Family make us strong in times of trouble. We all stick together, help each other out. That the real meanin' of family. When you grow up, you take that family feelin' with you.”
― Kathleen Grissom, The Kitchen House
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Historical fiction depicting the lives of slaves in the pre-Civil War South, and the life of a woman who arrives in the U.S. from Ireland as an indentured servant and grows up to become the mistress of the plantation where she first arrived as an indentured servant.
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