Elsie at Viamede
Dodd Mead, 1892 - 293 oldal
The Dinsmores, Travillas, and Raymonds are staying at Viamede and enjoying winter in the South, and they all attend cousin Betty Johnson's wedding in the North and stop at the Naval Academy in Annapolis on the return trip.
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Felhasználói ismertető - Rachel Zimmerman - Christianbook.com
Very good. A little too much about war stories, and not enough about the characters. Other than that it's great! Teljes értékelés elolvasása
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added Americans answered arms asked attack batteries beautiful better British brother Butler called captain carried close coming command Cousin daughter dear delight dress early Elsie enemy exclaimed eyes face Farragut father fear feel fight fire flag followed force Fort forts gave girls give glad Grace Grandma guns half hand happy hear heavy hope hour hundred Indians Jackson joined killed kind land laughed leave look Lulu mamma morning never night officers once opened Orleans papa passed pleasant preparations presently Raymond reached ready remarked replied rest returned river Rosie seemed seen sent shot side smile soon sure sweet talk tell thank things tone took troops turned vessels Viamede Violet Walter wedding wish young
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