Do you enjoy stepping back in time? Do memories of days gone by still float through your visual memory like they were yesterday? If you enjoy reading about bygone eras, then you will enjoy this personal account by author William Hughes. This is not an autobiography or history. But this non-fictional account, written with wit, humor, and from the heart, describes the way it was in the Black community by one who lived during those faded days of the Forties, Fifties and early Sixties in Augusta, Georgia. Covering family, church, school and government, this book holds surprises for some, insights for many, and is sure to be a great read for all.