Table of contents for Remembering Mattie : a pioneer woman's legacy of grit, gumption, and grace / by Barbara Russell Chesser.

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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments	ix
Introduction	xi
	This remarkable woman overcame great difficulties throughout her life, and all the
	while she helped others to also survive and surmount calamities. She provided a
	tremendous role model and left a golden legacy to us all.
Chapter One: 	BEGINNINGS (1896 - 1905)	1
	How will our children know who they are
	If they don't know where they came from?
	- Ma in Grapes of Wrath
Chapter Two: 	"...DOWN TO THE BONE" (1906 - 1913)	9
	Keep your face to the sunshine and you will not see the shadows.
	- Helen Keller
Chapter Three: 	DANCING ALL NIGHT (1913 - Oct. 11, 1918)	29
	In the long run all love is paid by love...give thy love freely, do not
	count the cost, so beautiful a thing was never lost in the long run.
	- Ella Wheeler Wilcox, In the Long Run
Chapter Four: 	"I WILL KEEP MY GIRLS!" (Oct. 11, 1918 - Sept. 27, 1920) 	49
	To have courage for whatever comes in life - everything lies in that.
	- Mother Teresa
Chapter Five: 	MOVING ON (Sept. 28, 1920 - May 1, 1933)	67
	Home is where the heart is. - Old American saying
Chapter Six: 	A BEND IN THE ROAD (May 1, 1933 - Dec. 18, 1935)	101
	It's a long road that doesn't have a bend in it somewhere.
	- Old American Saying
	(Dec. 18, 1935 - Feb. 8, 1972)	117
	A woman's work is never done, and happy is she whose strength
	holds out to the end.
	- Martha Ballard, eighteenth-century writer
Chapter Eight: 	MATTIE'S CAFÉ (1939 - 1967)	139
	Where I was born and where...I lived is unimportant. It is what I
	have done with where I have been that should be of interest.
	- Georgia O'Keeffe, famous New Mexico artist
Chapter Nine: 	HOW ABOUT A CUP OF COFFEE? (1940 - 1980s)	161
	Family stories reveal our family values, character, and personality.
	They connect our past to the present, and they can shape the kind
	of person we become.
	- Helen Armstrong, successful businesswoman, political activist,
	daughter of first mayor of Portales, New Mexico, and first governor
	of New Mexico - and Mattie's friend
Chapter Ten: 	ROOM FOR ONE MORE (1950s - Early 1970s)	189
	Let there be kindness in your face, in your eyes, in your smile....
	Don't only give your care, but give your heart as well.
	- Mother Teresa
Chapter Eleven: 	RED SILK PAJAMAS (Early 1900s - 1980s)	211
	The best and most beautiful things in life cannot be seen or even
	touched...they must be felt with the heart.
	- Helen Keller
Chapter Twelve: 	A GOOD CAR (1913 - 1970s)	231
	A good car can get you to where you want to go.
	- Mattie Kinney
	A good person will be remembered as a blessing.
	- Proverbs 10:7
Appendices:	Assorted Photos	257
	Family Histories	267
		The McPeak Family	267
		The Smith Family	273
		The Deatherage Family	277
		The Creek Family	289
	Mattie's Genealogy	295
		The Smith Family - First Generation	295
		Mattie's Family - First Generation	297
	Martha/Mattie Timeline	299

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Kinney, Mattie, 1896-1988.
Chesser, Barbara -- Family.
Women pioneers -- New Mexico -- Biography.
Pioneers -- New Mexico -- Biography.
Frontier and pioneer life -- New Mexico.
New Mexico -- Social life and customs -- 20th century.
New Mexico -- History -- 20th century.
Portales (N.M.) -- Biography.
Alvord (Tex.) -- Biography.
Role models -- United States -- Biography.