TITLE

HELPING NANCY ELLEN AND ROBERT TO ESTABLISH A HOME

AUTHOR(S)
Stratton-Porter, Gene
PUB. DATE
January 1918
SOURCE
Daughter of the Land;1/1/1918, p57
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter VII of the book "A Daughter of the Land," by Gene Stratton-Porter is presented. It explores on the plans and actions that Kate Bates took in helping her sister Nancy Ellen and Robert Gray, establish their home. Meanwhile, it notes on the peculiar actions that Mrs. Holt and George act during the dinner gathering for her sister's wedding preparation.
ACCESSION #
34340446

 

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