By Deborah Scruggs-Cox
story of Professor W. E. “Willie” Nash and his
wife Willa, is advised by way of Mr. Scruggs. The author
shares different tales, political and ancient refer-
ences displaying the struggles confronted by means of Professor
Nash and different blacks within the South following Re-
construction and increasing into the twentieth century.
Deborah Scruggs-Cox has delivered to mild the
manuscript of her father, Eugene L. Scruggs. She
has further extra evidence and photographs making it
possible for all to enjoy.
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