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The Back Bench, A Novel

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"It's 1837, and fourteen-year-old Quaker Myra Harlan's mother has died, forcing her to leave her home and family in the country to live in Philadelphia. Shocked by the racism she sees all around her and caught in the aftermath of the Orthodox-Hicksite split in the Religious Society of Friends, Myra longs for her mother and struggles to make friends until she finds the Fema ...more
Paperback, 127 pages
Published 2007 by QuakerPress of Friends General Conference
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