Lillian Gordy Carter (August 15, 1898 - October 30, 1983) was the mother of Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States from 1977 to 1981. She is also known for her contribution to nursing in her home state of Georgia and as a Peace Corps volunteer in India as well as writing two books during the Carter presidency.
Lillian Gordy Carter in Southern Victory
Miss Lillian lived in Plains, Georgia in the Confederate States. In late 1942, during the Second Great War, the town came under attack from Spartacus' band of the black resistance fighters. Her son Jimmy, a sailor in the Confederate States Navy and in town on leave, led the defense of Plains. However, during the raid, he was killed by United States Army soldier and escaped POW Jonathan Moss in front of Miss Lillian.
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- Drive to the East, pg. 524, tpb.