Young Lucretia and Other Stories
|Young Lucretia and Other Stories (1892)
|A collection of short stories published in 1892 by Harper & Brothers.|
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- YOUNG LUCRETIA
- HOW FIDELIA WENT TO THE STORE
- ANN MARY HER TWO THANKSGIVINGS
- ANN LIZY'S PATCHWORK
- THE LITTLE PERSIAN PRINCESS
- WHERE THE CHRISTMAS-TREE GREW
- WHERE SARAH JANE'S DOLL WENT
- SEVENTOES' GHOST
- LITTLE MIRANDY AND HOW SHE EARNED HER SHOES
- A PARSNIP STEW
- THE DICKEY BOY
- A SWEET-GRASS BASKET
- MEHITABLE LAMB
- "'WHOSE LITTLE GAL AIR YOU?'"
- MR. LITTLE SELECTS THE THANKSGIVING TURKEY
- THE VISIT TO CAP'N MOSEBY'S
- "'EAT 'EM!' ORDERED CAP'N MOSEBY"
- "A PARSNIP STEW"
- "THERE, AMONG THE BLOSSOMING BRANCHES, CLUNG THE DICKEY BOY"
- "SHE WAS A REAL INDIAN PRINCESS"
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