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Coretta Scott King; a biography.


Coretta Scott King; a biography.

McCarty, Laura T.

Greenwood Press


159 pages



Greenwood biographies


McCarty (Georgia Humanities Council) has written a variety of articles for the New Georgia Encyclopedia) and serves as state coordinator for the National History Day in Georgia. She offers high school students and general readers an accessible biography of the complete life of the wife and widow of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.--Coretta Scott King--recognized in her home state of Alabama as the "First Lady of the Civil Rights Movement." In addition to the biography, the text contains a timeline of events in King's life and a list of selected resources for further research/reading. Illustrated with 14 b&w photographs.

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Date:Aug 1, 2009
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