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Hardcover, 222 pages
Published 1958 by Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc.
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Mar 20, 2015 Tweety rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: People who enjoy Civil War novel
This is about the Marklands, Boone Markland, Annie Markland (Miss Annie), Jack Markland, King Markland, William Markland and Hot-headed Morgan Markland. And they have plenty to get themselves all worked up about, The Civil War is over and Tennessee will never be the same, but will they change with it?

The real Markland men feel that showing kindness is to be weak, and no Markland has ever been called that. They'll say themselves that Markland men are "violent".

Except for the black sheep of the
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Helen Topping Miller was born December 8, 1884 in Fenton, Michigan, the eldest of eight children. Under the influence of her literary mother, she began writing children’s stories for St. Nicholas Magazine when she was fifteen. She went on to attend Michigan State College and graduated in 1905.

She taught for two years in rural and city schools before her family moved to Fremont, Ohio. In 1908 they
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