How the Davises Overran America

by Dr. Thomas E. Davis



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 10/12/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 244
ISBN : 9781546211259
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 244
ISBN : 9781546211242
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 244
ISBN : 9781546211235

About the Book

Peregrinations is an autobiography of one of the Davis boys, believed to be descendants from a long line of pig thieves exiled from Wales as indentured servants to Virginia in the New World. This story begins with the grandparents of the author and the Oklahoma Land rush, followed by the exodus from the poverty of the Great Depression. It continues into and through World War II and up to the present with Tom, just into his ninth decade of life, alive and angry at the disaster-elected officials, and liberals have foisted off on unsuspecting citizens.

About the Author

Thomas Earl (Tom) Davis is the oldest child of four born to 13th or 14th generation immigrants to America. Tom’s Dad, Earl, was a professed but unaffiliated Quaker and his Mother, Inez, an orphaned last child of German (Pennsylvania Dutch)/Irish ancestry. Early in life Tom was imbued with the work ethic and proceeded through a multitude of jobs. Tom’s efforts included but were not limited to newspaper boy, janitor, stock boy, truck driver, gandy dancer, marine wiper, messenger, soldier, salesman, dentist, dental educator, and family man. That’s quite enough for one lifetime.