Synopses & Reviews
Soon to appear on bookshelves throughout the United States, "The Mount Dorans" promises to be a unique reading experience -- perhaps a catalyst for social reform -- building better relationships in multiculturally diverse America. Remarkably enlightening, this ground-breaking work on nonfiction takes the reader on a nostalgic, panoramic tour of a quaint Central Florida town to meet hallmark African Americans, both past and present, who exemplify man's formidable ability to journey far beyond the stereotypical barriers of racism, even poverty and under-education, to make zenith contributions to small town living and the masses of humanity.
African American History notes of a Florida Town brings real people to life. Meet a woman who escaped slaver three times before settling in Mount Dora.