Sing Out the Glory
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Sing Out the Glory

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Published by John Curley & Associates
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Dulci
This is a story of young girl growing up in a close-knit village near the coast of Maine during the first half of the 20th century. A nostalgic tale, full of strong values and patriotism, it paints a picture of small-town America during the roaring 20's and both world wars, and all the changes that progress brought, from the vantage point of one who lived it.

I liked this story. I felt like I was reading my grandmother's story... my mother's, too, to an extent, though she grew up a bit later. I...more
Nitrorockets
I have the 1957 first edition of this book. I bought it for a dollar at a thrift store. A hardback with its dust jacket in great condition.
Wyyknot
Sing out the glory by Gladys Hasty Carroll (1957), [1st ed.]
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