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The Last Canvas

Marcia Saunders Buffett

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ISBN 10: 1424153670 / ISBN 13: 9781424153671
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Paperback. 338 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 0.8in.The first half of the nineteenth century was precursor to the emancipation of slaves, the struggle for womens rights, and manifest destiny. This is a story of those years, packed with warm, endearing characters, placed in a setting steeped in history and extraordinary beauty. Daniel Stewart, living at Rondout on the Hudson River, joins abolitionists in their fight against slavery. His journey as landscape artist, portrait painter, and abolitionist takes him from the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains to the city of New York. Katy, his soul mate and wife, through her lyrical poetry, depicts their young adulthood in Scotland. Her journal is a familys saga of love and hate, secrets and revelation, and the intense intrigue between the clans. Josephine, a friend to both, becomes involved in the womens rights movement led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Her daughter, Gilly, befriends Sampson, a fugitive slave, and, because of his familys precarious flight, reveals her strength and courage when faced with menacing slave catchers. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9781424153671

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The first half of the nineteenth century was precursor to the emancipation of slaves, the struggle for women’s rights, and manifest destiny. This is a story of those years, packed with warm, endearing characters, placed in a setting steeped in history and extraordinary beauty. Daniel Stewart, living at Rondout on the Hudson River, joins abolitionists in their fight against slavery. His journey as landscape artist, portrait painter, and abolitionist takes him from the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains to the city of New York. Katy, his soul mate and wife, through her lyrical poetry, depicts their young adulthood in Scotland. Her journal is a family’s saga of love and hate, secrets and revelation, and the intense intrigue between the clans. Josephine, a friend to both, becomes involved in the women’s rights movement led by Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Her daughter, Gilly, befriends Sampson, a fugitive slave, and, because of his family’s precarious flight, reveals her strength and courage when faced with menacing slave catchers.
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