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Brown, leather-like covers, lightly embossed with gilt title and decorations on spine. Front has areas where cover has been worn or scraped away (see scan) , but with only a couple of minor spots on back. This damage is possibly from moths or insects. There is light edge wear and bumped corners but the book is square and the binding is secure. Ownershi p name in ink on ffep (a church) and some pencil notations on the second free endpaper. Overall, a sound copy of a cheaply printed older Tennessee imprint. ; 24mo 5" - 6" tall; 162 pages; The Dairyman's Daughter is a religious/moral tale that was published as early as the start of the 19th century. This version, pblished by the Methodist Episcopal Church includes an Introduction Containing Interesting Notices of the Dairyman and a Further Account of his Daughter by Rev. Thos. O. Summers, D. D.
Title: The Dairyman's Daughter An Authentic Narrative
Publisher: Nashville, E. Stevenson & F. A. Owen for the Methodist Episcopal Church South: 1855
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Seller ID: 9072
Keywords: Religion Moral Fiction Fiction