The Pie Seller, The Drunk, and The Lady: Heroes of the 1833 Cholera Epidemic in Lexington, Kentucky
by Terry Foody, 2014
In 1833, when Lexington, Kentucky was a new city, a cholera epidemic struck which decimated the citizenry by 500 souls. In the midst of this disaster, three unlikely heroes arose - a former slave, a homeless vagrant, and a society matron. This true fact-based account brings you their fascinating stories and takes you through cholera's grip, as each answers the call for humanity.
Softcover, 154 pages
9" x 6" x .5"