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When Grandmamma Was New: The Story of a Virginia Childhood

By Marion Harland
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  • When Grandmamma Was New
    • THE STORY OF A VIRGINIA CHILDHOOD
      • ILLUSTRATED
      • TO HORACE AND ERIC FRITZ, TERHUNE, AND STERLING This Story FIRST TOLD TO THEM OVER THE LIBRARY FIRE IN AUTUMN AND WINTER EVENINGS IS MOST LOVINGLY DEDICATED Sunnybank, Pompton, N.J.
    • ILLUSTRATED
    • TO HORACE AND ERIC FRITZ, TERHUNE, AND STERLING This Story FIRST TOLD TO THEM OVER THE LIBRARY FIRE IN AUTUMN AND WINTER EVENINGS IS MOST LOVINGLY DEDICATED Sunnybank, Pompton, N.J.
    • Explanatory
    • Contents
  • When Grandmamma Was New
    • Chapter I
      • The Tragedy of Rozillah
    • The Tragedy of Rozillah
    • Chapter II
      • A Prize Fight and a Race
    • A Prize Fight and a Race
    • Chapter III
      • Van Diemen's Land
    • Van Diemen's Land
    • Chapter IV
      • Oiled Calico
    • Oiled Calico
    • Chapter V
      • What Was Done With Musidora
    • What Was Done With Musidora
    • Chapter VI
      • The Haunted Room
    • The Haunted Room
    • Chapter VII
      • Just For Fun
    • Just For Fun
    • Chapter VIII
      • My First Lie, and What Came of It.
    • My First Lie, and What Came of It.
    • Chapter IX
      • My Pets
    • My Pets
    • Chapter X
      • Circumstantial Evidence
    • Circumstantial Evidence
    • Chapter XI
      • Frankenstein
    • Frankenstein
    • Chapter XII
      • My Prize Beet
    • My Prize Beet
    • Chapter XIII
      • Two Adventures
    • Two Adventures
    • Chapter XIV
      • Miss Nancy's Nerves
    • Miss Nancy's Nerves
    • Chapter XV
      • Side-Blades & Water-Melons
    • Side-Blades & Water-Melons
    • Chapter XVI
      • Old Madam Leigh
      • JOHN AND RUTH LEIGH. TWIN-CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND JUDITH LEIGH. BORN SEPTEMBER 3, 1790. DIED AUGUST 1, 1810. "I was dumb; I opened not my mouth, because THOU didst it."
    • Old Madam Leigh
    • JOHN AND RUTH LEIGH. TWIN-CHILDREN OF EDWARD AND JUDITH LEIGH. BORN SEPTEMBER 3, 1790. DIED AUGUST 1, 1810. "I was dumb; I opened not my mouth, because THOU didst it."
    • Chapter XVII
      • Out into the World
      • THE FAMOUS PEPPER BOOKS
      • Ethel In Fairyland
      • A Japanese Garland
      • A Partnership In Magic
      • Defending The Bank
      • The Mutineers
      • The Little Citizen
      • A Little Maid of Concord Town
      • The Children On The Top Floor
      • ONLY DOLLIE
      • Hortense—A Difficult Child
      • LITTLE BETTY BLEW
      • Winifred's Neighbors
      • The Little Girl Next Door
      • Only Dollie
    • Out into the World
    • THE FAMOUS PEPPER BOOKS
    • Ethel In Fairyland
    • A Japanese Garland
    • A Partnership In Magic
    • Defending The Bank
    • The Mutineers
    • The Little Citizen
    • A Little Maid of Concord Town
    • The Children On The Top Floor
    • ONLY DOLLIE
    • Hortense—A Difficult Child
    • LITTLE BETTY BLEW
    • Winifred's Neighbors
    • The Little Girl Next Door
    • Only Dollie
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