To Kill a Mockingbird by Dr. Anita Price Davis Ed.D.
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About Dr. Anita Price Davis Ed.D.

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Anita Price Davis is a North Carolina native. She graduated from Appalachian State, holds a doctorate from Duke, and is the Charles A. Dana Professor of Education at Converse College. Her father, Arthur F. Price--a former resident of Cleveland County--lost his life during World War II. James M. Walker is a photographer and school volunteer; he recently retired after 31 years with the Rutherford County public schools.
Published December 9, 1994 by Research & Education Association. 128 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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