Stella M. Pitts is a Rosedown Plantation volunteer
currently residing in Woodville, Mississippi. Born in Clarksdale, Mississippi in
1937, Mrs. Pitts moved to New Orleans as a news reporter in 1960 and was the
first woman hired to work the night city desk at the Times-Picayune since
World War II. After she and her husband adopted two children, she began her
freelance career, writing articles ranging from historical and environmental
features to human-interest stories. Her previous books include
Woodville—Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Volume Three in the Journals of the
History of Wilkinson County and The Burning of Bowling Green.
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