A book, a piece of Americana, that balances autobiography, religious testament, and social history. Harpersstory is set within the context of his times and circumstances--theearly twentieth century in rural Georgia. Provides agricultural,social, and religious history on topics ranging from cotton farming inthe early 1900s and the traditions and attitude of rural and smalltown Georgians during this period.
The book can be read for its vivid recounting of social, agricultural, and religious conditions from1908-1938. It can also be read as a participants description of lifewithin the professional ministry of a large and growing holinessreligious denomination. Finally, it can be read as a story of mancommitted in his service to God.