Pearl and the Nigger by William Ervin Keener

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"This book is the story of a Rebel girl who sympathizes with General Lee and his troops as they face Union army preparing to attach their encampment. One soldier of the Yankee troops endeavors to keep her safe from attack by his Union comrades.
The Yankee allays her fears of him and convinces her to make him aware of her movements from her home to visit General Lee and his men. The Rebel and Yankee continue to meet and discuss the terrors they face at each encounter as well as their opposing views of what direction their countrymen should take."
 

About William Ervin Keener

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Mr. Keener is a native of West Virginia who spent four and a half years in the Navy from Pearl Harbor to Japan. After the War he spent many years as a salesman or in sales management.  He is the father of two daughters and one son.  He and his wife now reside on the Gulf Coast in Biloxi, MS.
 
Published August 9, 2012 by Xlibris. 149 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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