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A Speckled Bird by Augusta Evans Wilson, 1902, classic literature, nineteenth-century American women

A Speckled Bird by Augusta Evans Wilson, 1902, classic literature, nineteenth-century American women

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
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By: Augusta Evans Wilson
Published: G. W. Dillingham Co., Publishers 1902
7 5/8” x 5.25”

Book is in good condition. Pages are clean and binding is in great shape. There is a split in page where the front end page meets the binding. Cover has some wear as seen in the photos.

Chapter 1:
"Grandma, who named me Eglah?" "My cousin, Bishop Vivian, when he baptized you." "Do you think he had any right to put such a label on me?" "Certainly, because your father selected your name, and the bishop had no choice." "It is so ugly, I never can like it, and a little baby that can't speak her mind ought not to be tied to something she must drag all her life and hate for ever and ever."

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