An Old Fashioned Girl

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An Old-Fashioned Girl  (1870) 
by Louisa May Alcott
(transcription project)
AN OLD-FASHIONED GIRL.



BY
LOUISA M. ALCOTT,
Author of "Little Women."



WITH ILLUSTRATIONS.



BOSTON:
ROBERTS BROTHERS.
1870.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, by
LOUISA M. ALCOTT,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.



By the same Author.

LITTLE WOMEN; or, Meg, Jo, Beth, and
 Amy. Complete in two Parts. Price of each, $1.50.

HOSPITAL SKETCHES, and Camp and Fireside
 Stories. Complete in one volume. Price, $1.50.

 Mailed, postpaid, by the publishers,

 ROBERTS BROTHERS,
 Boston.


STEREOTYPED BY
ALFRED MUDGE AND SON,
34 SCHOOL STREET.

Presswork by John Wilson and Son.

INDEX.




Page.
PREFACE.
PREFACE Preface
CHAPTER I.
POLLY ARRIVES 1
CHAPTER II.
NEW FASHIONS 19
CHAPTER III.
POLLY'S TROUBLES 37
CHAPTER IV.
LITTLE THINGS 53
CHAPTER V.
SCRAPES 72
CHAPTER VI.
GRANDMA 90
CHAPTER VII.
GOOD-BY 126
CHAPTER VIII
SIX YEARS AFTERWARD 145

CHAPTER IX.
LESSONS 167
CHAPTER X.
BROTHERS AND SISTERS. 186
CHAPTER XI.
NEEDLES AND TONGUES 210
CHAPTER XII.
FORBIDDEN FRUIT 230
CHAPTER XIII.
THE SUNNY SIDE 251
CHAPTER XIV.
NIPPED IN THE BUD 272
CHAPTER XV.
BREAKERS AHEAD 292
CHAPTER XVI.
A DRESS PARADE 313
CHAPTER XVII.
PLAYING GRANDMOTHER 327
CHAPTER XVIII.
THE WOMAN WHO DID NOT DARE 350
CHAPTER XIX.
TOM'S SUCCESS 366

This work published before January 1, 1923 is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.