THE LADY OF ARLINGTON by Barnett Kane

THE LADY OF ARLINGTON

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A moving story of Mary Custis, who became the beloved wife of the South's hero Gen. Lee. One meets her in girlhood, determined to marry the young second lieutenant; as she weathers the rigors of army life; as she bears her children; as she lives through her husband's supreme test- command of the Union forces or loyalty to his native state- and its consequences. Plus young adult material.

Pub Date: Sept. 24th, 1953
Publisher: Doubleday