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Her Father's Daughter by Gene Stratton-Porter
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Dec 18, 2008

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This book was one of my mother in law's given to her in 1925. Finally got around to taking it off the shelf and reading it. When one considers when it was written, the incredibly racist comments can be tolerated. Other than that, it was enjoyable - about a "feminist" for her time coming of age and loving the outdoors, which I suppose women didn't do. Good description of plants in the wild, which was one of Gene Stratton-Porter's loves.

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