"Survivors: Women of the Southwest" by Rita Kasch Chegin
This fascinating and delightful collection of oral histories introduces you to the triumphs, tragedies and everyday life of ordinary women. They all said, "But I haven't done anything interesting," and then proceed to weave the threads of their lives into a fabric that truly proclaims they are survivors. Their stories prove you don't have to be famous to have lived an interesting life. Rita Chegin has skillfully used their own words to tell their story and, hopefully, encourage others to do the same for their own family members.
Published 1991 by Yucca Tree Press; 163 pages; Historical Nonfiction; Softcover.
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