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The Seventh Child: A Lucky Life (edition 1999)

by Freddie Mae Baxter

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Freddie Mae Baxter describes her life growing up in rural South Carolina, moving to New York at age seventeen, playing saxophone in an all-girl band, and the miscellaneous jobs she had including picking cotton, cooking, and cleaning house for white families.
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Title:The Seventh Child: A Lucky Life
Authors:Freddie Mae Baxter
Info:Knopf (1999), Edition: 1st ed, Hardcover
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Freddie Mae Baxter describes her life growing up in rural South Carolina, moving to New York at age seventeen, playing saxophone in an all-girl band, and the miscellaneous jobs she had including picking cotton, cooking, and cleaning house for white families.

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