SARAH FAITH ANDERSON: HER BOOK by Elvira Garner
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SARAH FAITH ANDERSON: HER BOOK

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The creator of Ezehiel, Miss Garner now proves that she has other strings to her bow, and writes a convincing bit of historical fiction, in which two stories span the generations, linking the experiences of Sarah Faith Anderson, of 1838, with her great granddaughter in 1938. Each child confides her own bit of story to a diary, and through the old yellowed pages, the child of today is able to recapture the life of a child of early Florida, when the Indians were still at outs with the whites, and the Everglades a danger spot.

Pub Date: Oct. 1st, 1939
Publisher: Messner