- ^ American Library Association
- ^ Amos Fortune: The Man and His Legacy
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The debt of thanks was for the love she gave him.
Amos nodded again. "We owe no one and there are coins in the kettle like a family of rabbits in a burrow." He looked at Violet and smiled the broad smile that meant more than any words. It was a...
Amos leaves money for a silver communion service to the church, and he leaves $243 to the school.
"Two things stand out in my life," Amos Fortune continued, "the way the mountain stands out in this country. Church and school. I've got the money...
Amos wishes to free the white man from his prejudice.