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May 29, 2015 from 6pm to 7:30pm – Spellbound Children's Bookshop
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Started by Rob Neufeld in Folklore Subjects Mar 21, 2014.
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Yes Gary, and she also often made clothes for her slaves
I am sitting here with a copy of Fear in North Carolina, and I have been reading what life was like in the Henry family and I am amazed at Cornelia's sewing! It seems that the majority of her life was devoted to making clothes for her family, including those who were in the war. I have other questions, too, but I'll save them for later.
Looks like a book that I would enjoy reading very much.
Thank you for publishing.
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