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Letitia M. Burwell, William A. McCullough, illustrated by, and Jules Turcas, illustrated by
A Girl's Life in Virginia Before the War.
New York: Frederick A. Stokes Company, c1895.
List of Illustrations


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[Cover Image]

"AN EVENING PARTY." - Page 115.
[Frontispiece Image]

[Title Page Image]

"CARPENTERS ALWAYS AT WORK FOR THE COMFORT OF
THE PLANTATION." - Page 2.

"ACCOMPANIED BY ONE OF THESE SMILING 'INDISPENSABLES.'" - Page 4.

"I USE TO WATCH FOR DE CARRIAGE." - Page 9.

"I DON'T WANT BE FREE NO MO." - Page 12.

"SHE ALWAYS RETURNED IN A CART." - Page 18.

"READING AND REPEATING VERSES TO HIM." - Page 26.

"MY GRANDMOTHER WOULD SHOW US THE STEP OF
THE MINUET." - Page 32.

"THERE WERE OLD GENTLEMEN VISITORS." - Page 34.

"NOW, MARSTER, YOU DONE FORGOT ALL 'BOUT DAT." - Page 37.

"THREE WOMEN WOULD CLEAN UP ONE CHAMBER." - Page 43.

"LUNCH BY SOME COOL, SHADY SPRING." - Page 66.

"HIS MISSION ON EARTH SEEMED TO BE KEEPING THE BRIGHTEST
SILVER URNS." - Page 78.

"HOW DEY DOES GROW!" - Page 86.

"WHERE IS MY MUTTON?" - Page 98.

"AUNT FANNY SPERSED DAT CROWD." - Page 161.