Mrs. Annie Johnson found herself with very little money and two toddling sons.
"When she told her husband, Mr. William Johnson, of her disatisfaction with their marriage, he conceded that he too found it less than he expected." pg. 180
"I looked up the road I was going and back the way I come, and since I wasn't satisfied , I decided to step off the road and cut me a new path." pg. 181
Annie Johnson cooking the meals for the workers tomorrow.
Annie's stall where she made and served lunch for the workers at the cotton gin.
"In years that stall became a store where customers could buy cheese, meal, syrup, cookies, candy, writing tablets, pickles, cannned goods, fresh fruit, soft drinks, coal, oil, and leather soles for worn out shoes." pg. 183