The Tobacco Tiller A Tale of the Kentucky Tobacco Fields
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The Tobacco Tiller A Tale of the Kentucky Tobacco Fields

By Sarah Bell Hackley
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  • The Tobacco Tiller
    • A Tale of the Kentucky Tobacco Fields
      • THE C. M. CLARK PUBLISHING COMPANY Boston, Massachusetts 1909
      • Copyright, 1909. By THE C. M. CLARK PUBLISHING CO., Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A.
      • All Rights Reserved.
      • "I dunno but what we'd better move to Texas."
    • THE C. M. CLARK PUBLISHING COMPANY Boston, Massachusetts 1909
    • Copyright, 1909. By THE C. M. CLARK PUBLISHING CO., Boston, Massachusetts, U. S. A.
    • All Rights Reserved.
    • "I dunno but what we'd better move to Texas."
    • CONTENTS
    • LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
    • FOREWORD
    • THE TOBACCO TILLER
    • CHAPTER I
      • Mr. Doggett at Home
    • Mr. Doggett at Home
    • CHAPTER II
      • The Myrtle Buds in Miss Lucy's Garden
    • The Myrtle Buds in Miss Lucy's Garden
    • CHAPTER III
      • At the Stripping-House
    • At the Stripping-House
    • CHAPTER IV
      • A Compact
    • A Compact
    • CHAPTER V
      • A Visit to the Seeress
      • "Hit's Jeremiah, my pet," she explained soothingly.
    • A Visit to the Seeress
    • "Hit's Jeremiah, my pet," she explained soothingly.
    • CHAPTER VI
      • A Neighborly Call
    • A Neighborly Call
    • CHAPTER VII
      • Rivals
    • Rivals
    • CHAPTER VIII
      • At the Tobacco Barn
      • "Mistu Linney is oo lovin' Miss Luty?"
    • At the Tobacco Barn
    • "Mistu Linney is oo lovin' Miss Luty?"
    • CHAPTER IX
      • "Sure Some Disaster Has Befell"
    • "Sure Some Disaster Has Befell"
    • CHAPTER X
      • "Night Riders"
    • "Night Riders"
    • CHAPTER XI
      • "More Night Riders"
    • "More Night Riders"
    • CHAPTER XII
      • The Mad Cow
    • The Mad Cow
    • CHAPTER XIII
      • Mr. Doggett's Acquisition
    • Mr. Doggett's Acquisition
    • CHAPTER XIV
      • Mr. Doggett Lends a Hand
      • "Here's a letter, Lucy Ann," he sneered.
    • Mr. Doggett Lends a Hand
    • "Here's a letter, Lucy Ann," he sneered.
    • CHAPTER XV
      • "Weep no More, My Lady"
    • "Weep no More, My Lady"
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