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Freddie Mae Baxter was raised in rural South Carolina, has spent most of her life in Harlem, and is a natural-born storyteller. At the age of seventy-five, she tells the story of her life and times in her memoir “The Seventh Child: A Lucky Life” (Knopf).
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