Rachel Stanwood a Story of the Middle of the Nineteenth Century (Classic Reprint)

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On a certain morning in September, Mrs. Stan wood and her daughter Rachel were busy in the large second-story back room, which they were pre paring for an expected guest. The room properly belonged to Rachel and her little sister. Elizabeth, but they were to move themselves and their belong ings into the little front-hall bedroom upstairs.

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