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  • Orphaned as baby, Foresthill woman thanks God for letting her live to 100

    Ella Bea Surratt says she was lucky to live to age 10, let alone 100. She and her husband moved from Arkansas to the foothills in the 1940s, drawn by news that African American workers were getting jobs in a sawmill there. The couple raised 10 children.

Ella Bea Surratt says she was lucky to live to age 10, let alone 100. She and her husband moved from Arkansas to the foothills in the 1940s, drawn by news that African American workers were getting jobs in a sawmill there. The couple raised 10 children. Eli Hiller The Sacramento Bee
Ella Bea Surratt says she was lucky to live to age 10, let alone 100. She and her husband moved from Arkansas to the foothills in the 1940s, drawn by news that African American workers were getting jobs in a sawmill there. The couple raised 10 children. Eli Hiller The Sacramento Bee

Foresthill woman, 100, recalls life as an African American in the foothills

June 08, 2016 6:14 PM

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