An American Saga: Some East Tennessee Taylors
The story of the Taylors of Tennessee offers a perspective that is as entertaining as it is instructive. Many of the major themes of the broader story are here in abundance, enlivened by the triumphs and travails of some of the individuals who helped to make this land ours-and yours. W. Eugene Cox and Joyce Cox demonstrate how the thread of family connects past to present. In the process, they bring to life an American history full to overflowing with challenges and opportunities.
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