The only woman in the town, and other tales of the American Revolution, by Sarah J. Prichard.

Author
Prichard, Sarah J. (Sarah Johnson), 1830-1909 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Waterbury, Conn., Melicent Porter Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, 1898.
Description
3 p. l., [9]-199, [1] p. front., plates. 22 cm.

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Contents
The only woman in the town.--A Windham lamb in Boston town.--How one boy helped the British troops out of Boston in 1776.--Pussy Dean's beacon fire.--David Bushnell and his American turtle.--The birthday of our nation.--The overthrow of the statue of King George.--Sleet and snow.--Patty Rutter; the Quaker doll who slept in Independence Hall.--Becca Blackstone's turkeys at Valley Forge.--How two little stockings saved Fort Safety.--A day and a night in the old Porter House.
LCCN
98001638 //r
OCLC
5292834
RCP
N - S
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