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A spunky little girl who lives on her grandfather's farm in ...
A spunky little girl who lives on her grandfather's farm in Kentucky reunites a fragmented family after the Civil War.
|Chapter I.||At Warwick Hall||1|
|Chapter II.||At Ware's Wigwam||19|
|Chapter III.||In Beauty's Quest||31|
|Chapter IV.||Mary's "Promised Land"||43|
|Chapter V.||At "The Locusts"||58|
|Chapter VI.||The Fox and the Stork||70|
|Chapter VII.||The Coming of the Bride||88|
|Chapter VIII.||At the Beeches||113|
|Chapter IX.||"Something Blue"||136|
|Chapter X.||"A Coon Hunt"||158|
|Chapter XI.||The Four - Leaved Clover||178|
|Chapter XII.||The Wedding||198|
|Chapter XIII.||Dreams and Warnings||216|
|Chapter XIV.||A Second Maid of Honor||241|
|Chapter XV.||The End of the House-Party||258|
|Chapter XVI.||The Golden Leaf of Honor||275|
Posted December 10, 2001
These books are outstanding and gives all readers a view of the past. I spent hours reading these books as a child (and I am 39 at present). My aunt had her mother's copies from the 1920's publications. This is a treasured series.
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