Diary Of Anna Green Winslow
A young girl’s diary from Colonial days. A rare view of colonial life from a bright and sensitive twelve-year-old, Anna Green Winslow, from Nova Scotia, who was sent to Boston in 1770 by her parents to be educated in Boston Schools. This real diary was not published until 1894 when it was issued with notes and an introduction by Alice Morse Earle.
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