Rising Water Harry Estes

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Rising Water  by  Harry Estes

Rising Water by Harry Estes
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When the Tennessee Valley Authority (T.V.A.) created Kentucky Lake by building Kentucky Dam across the Tennessee River, it was necessary to confiscate thousands and thousands of acres of West Tennessee farm land. The eminent domain law allowed theMoreWhen the Tennessee Valley Authority (T.V.A.) created Kentucky Lake by building Kentucky Dam across the Tennessee River, it was necessary to confiscate thousands and thousands of acres of West Tennessee farm land. The eminent domain law allowed the government to force the farmers to sell their farms that had been handed down from generation to generation for a fraction of what they were worth.

Farm houses, that not only the farmer had been born in, but so had their parents and grandparents, were taken away from their rightful owners and burnt to the ground.Rising Water tells the tragic story of how this came about. The story of how graft and corruption rained devastation and heartbreak upon the church-going, hard working, law-abiding innocent farmers and their families.

Rising Water is the story of good and evil, of heartbreak and sorrow, of love and hate, and ultimately, of murder and revenge.Rising Water is the story of how one man, W.B. Hackman, starts out as the innocent son of a West Tennessee farmer and ends up the very personification of the devil himself! But we all know good always prevails over evil......or does it?



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