Wash Our Mouths Out With Soap - A Collection of Expressions, Rhymes, Songs, Poems and Games Dating Back to the Early to Mid-1800s

This book includes old expressions, songs and rhymes from the mid-1800s to the present. It also has a section that talks about the KKK's influence on Indiana and Martinsville in particular, as well as the Underground Railroad in Morgan County and Martinsville. More

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About Bette Nunn

Bette Nunn lived in Martinsville, Indiana, was married and had three grown children. She wrote several books and articles that were published in detective and other national magazines.

Mrs. Nunn was a reporter, assistant editor and managing editor at The Reporter and Reporter-Times, a newspaper in Martinsville, Indiana, from 1963 to July 2003. Her career covered nearly 41 years and she continued to write news, feature stories and columns for the newspaper from her home until her death.

Her main interests were her family, working for the good of Martinsville High School, Morgan Hospital and Medical Center, Morgan County Fair and US veterans. She enjoyed writing and history.

She thanked her daughter Shelley for allowing use of her pictures on the cover to portray what Annie could have looked like.

Sadly, Bette passed away on January 17, 2013.

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