By Special to the Daily World
Brenda Clarkson Turpeau has completed her revised edition of “Almost Forgotten” and it is a must-read, and a keeper, not only for her family but for families all across America.

“Almost Forgotten” is a genealogical/historical book that not only factually traces the White and Black bloodlines of her family on and off the plantations but gives long overdue character and substantive feeling to the enslaved.

This book is filled with factual documentation and oral history that our parents and grandparents were not supposed to talk about and ends with successful proud children who know who they are and where they come from.

The Rev. Dr. Joseph E. Lowery and Ambassador Andrew Young, our civil rights icons, praised Turpeau for standing up and factually telling a side of our story that needed to be told.

We encourage you to order copies now for yourself and your family members of all ages, so even the next generation will understand that Blood is stronger than Facebook.

To order copies of “Almost Forgotten” ($19.95), send your name, address, city, state and ZIP code, plus shipping & handling of $5 to 3T Unlimited, P.O. Box  42777, Atlanta, Ga., 30311.  Make checks ($24.95) payable to 3T Unlimited Inc.  (Allow two weeks for delivery). Georgia residents should add 8 percent sales tax, or $1.60 per book.

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