Describes the survival of a close-knit Negro family, led by three sisters during the summer of 1951 in Argo, Illinois. The Negro section of Argo, an oasis for Blacks who earned a good wage working in the huge corn processing factory, promoted community closeness for survival, but also held deep secrets.Chicken bones, pork chop bones, and even beef rib bones cracked under his large white teeth as easily as sweet corn on the cob. He had never been to a dentist in his life. He brushed his teeth sometimes using table salt or baking soda, anbsp;...
|Title||:||A White Hat in Argo|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2004-11|