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Hills of the Shatemuc, Volume I

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Hills of the Shatemuck is a pastoral set in the Hudson River area of New York. It follows the lives and doings of a rural family, and was based in part on the early life through young manhood of the author's father, Henry Warner. As with the rest of her work, the book attempts to teach by example. Winthrop and Elizabeth, the principal characters, embody noble virtue and ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published October 1st 2007 by Aegypan (first published September 1st 2007)
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Ray Brown
Aug 18, 2013 Ray Brown rated it it was amazing
One of the things I like about Susan Warner is her descriptive writing. If you want to read good Christian fiction of the frontier, she is a great author on that. I am surprised she is not more well known.
This old book is pretty good in my opinion. Although some may say that it is boring, it was actually making me ask for more. You just wanted to see him succeed.
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Born in 1819 in New York City, American novelist and children's author Susan Bogert Warner was the daughter of lawyer Henry Warner, and his wife, Anna Bartlett. Her early life was one of wealth and privilege, until her father lost his money in the Panic of 1837, and the family were forced to sell their home in St. Mark's Place (NYC), and move to a farmhouse they owned on Constitution Island, near ...more
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