Born in Hillsboro, West Virginia, Pearl S. Buck was a literary genius, a social activist and humanitarian. As the first American woman to ever be awarded a Pulitzer Prize for her 1931 novel, “The Good Earth,” Buck’s life was an extraordinary journey with incredible starts in Pocahontas County, West Virginia.
This event is sponsored by: The Levels Depot, Hillsboro and WV Humanities Council
Portrayed by Missy McCollam of Beverly, WV.
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