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The Alcotts in Harvard (Classic Reprint)

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Mrs. Alcott - Abba May - was the twelfth and youngest child of Colonel Joseph May, of Boston, her mother being Dorothy Sewall. Miss May was visiting her brother, the Rev. Samuel J. May, minister over a Unitarian church in Brooklyn, Connecticut, when she met her future husband. They were married by her brother 23 May, 1830, in King's Chapel, where the bride had been baptised in infancy. It is said that Mrs. May was a woman of rare and charming character, and any one who ever saw Mrs. Alcott can readily believe what she herself wrote of her mother: She never said great things, but did ten thousand generous ones.

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Titre: The Alcotts in Harvard (Classic Reprint)
Code EAN: 9780331889789
ISBN: 0331889781
Format: Livre Relié
nombre de pages: 78
Poids: 264g
Taille: H229mm x B152mm x T9mm
Année: 2017