Stepping Westward Laura E. Richards

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Stepping Westward  by  Laura E. Richards

Stepping Westward by Laura E. Richards
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This story of a long and useful life carries the reader back to famous days in the past and to the sight of famous people. Mrs. Richards is the daughter of Julia Ward Howe, well-known author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, and of Samuel GridleyMoreThis story of a long and useful life carries the reader back to famous days in the past and to the sight of famous people. Mrs. Richards is the daughter of Julia Ward Howe, well-known author of the Battle Hymn of the Republic, and of Samuel Gridley Howe, noted in his day as a doctor, philosopher, and philanthropist.

Among the friends with whom she grew up were the Hawthorne family, Louisa Alcott, and many other literary figures of Boston, Cambridge, and Concord. With a full remembrance she tells of these and of her travels in London, Paris, Venice, Rome and Greece. There are trips to Old New York, too, the little Old New York of story.

There are amusing anecdotes and delightful portraits.(from the dust jacket)



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