First publication of newly discovered correspondence between a long separated sister who removed from New York state via the Erie Canal to the Ohio Frontier, and her older brother in Pennsylvania. The letters contain a poignant description of life in what was then the Northwest Frontier. They are written with great expression and includes exclamations of strong religious faith. Many informative references to family and friends. Of great interest to those readers of American History, Women's Histroy, Geneology, Christian Studies. Includes illustrations, maps, ancestral charts. Received Honorable Mention Award in the Anna Ford Family Book Contest-Heart of America Geneological Society & Library,Kansas City MO. END
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Jacqueline Miller Bachar is a Features Editor and Features Writer with a California regional magazine. Also a popular speaker, she was named the first recipient of the Elizabeth Cady Stanton Appreciation Award at the National Council of Women's Woman of Conscience Awards. Two books are in the works and will be published early next year.
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Book Description Gateway Press, Inc., Baltimore, 1994. hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. Octavo gray cloth covers with gilt titles. 149 pages. Includes maps and illustrations, as well as bibliography, index. Includes errata sheet laid in. 020117A published for the author by Gateway Press, Inc. Bookseller Inventory # 000017012