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Mary Montgomery, Rebel

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A convincing portrait of a girl growng up on a plantation, and a true glimpse of what the Civil War meant to those behind the lines during and after the war. Mary is 14 when the book begins and grows to young womanhood, learning - through the hard years, that some Union men were decent. Love, the acceptance of her first literary work, the period of reconstruction following ...more
Hardcover, 222 pages
Published January 28th 1948 by Harcourt Brace & World (first published January 1948)
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Helen Fern Daringer was born in 1892 in eastern Illinois. Independent and way ahead of her time, Ms. Daringer graduated from Eastern Illinois University, obtained a Master's Degree in English, and headed to New York City, where she became a professor of English literature at Columbia University. Miss Daringer wrote numerous books for children and young adults, including "Country Cousin," "The Turn ...more
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