Miss Margaret lived and worked all her life in Eutaw, Alabama, first as a sharecropper in the cotton fields and then as a highly regarded midwife. She attended over 3,500 home births. She never lost a mother and never drove a car. There were times she delivered four babies a night or had to wade in water up over her knees. Prayer and
Extra features include:
1. The Law: This chapter shows how the Granny system was crushed in Alabama. Constitutional Law Professor David Smolin asks why the Courts have not viewed this from a Rights perspective.
2. The Reception: Miss Margaret realized her dream of coming to California one month to the day before she passed on. The California Association of Midwives and Sage Femme gave a reception for her at the African American Museum and Library in Oakland, CA on October 12th, 2004.
These are her last recorded words of wisdom.