Uncle Hot and Aunt Chur: An Odyssey from Mississippi to Northeast Arkansas and Then to Southern Missouri with Side Trips to Brooklyn and Iwo Jima

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AuthorHouse, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 168 pages

Dearest Pal is the story of one couple's journey through courtship, marriage, and separation during the challenging years following The Great Depression (1927-1932) and was written as a tribute to people of the United States who persevered throughout those turbulent years. Dearest Pal captures the climate and mood of the country in the aftermath of one of the most difficult periods in United States history. It is a poignant story of love and sacrifice.

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About the author (2001)

Jackson enlisted in the Air Force as a private during the Korean Police Action and stayed on for thirty-three and one-half years, retiring as Colonel in 1984. While in the Air Force, he completed his BS and MBA degrees. He enrolled in a doctoral program in Texas A&M University, graduating in 1993 earning an Ed.D. in education with a major in human resources development and minors in management and educational computer technology. He is now retired.

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