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by Ann Page Stecker,Nancy Coffey Heffernan

Author: Ann Page Stecker,Nancy Coffey Heffernan
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: UPNE (November 1, 1993)
Pages: 311 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.5
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Sisters of Fortune book. In 1850, James Wilson, a widowed congressman from Keene, New Hampshire, left his three daughters and young son to seek his fortune in the California gold rush

Sisters of Fortune book. In 1850, James Wilson, a widowed congressman from Keene, New Hampshire, left his three daughters and young son to seek his fortune in the California gold rush.

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book by Ann Page Stecker. Uses more than 350 letters to reconstruct the lives of a trio of sister whose father, a . Congressman from New Hampshire, left them in 1850 for the Gold Rush. Sisters of Fortune : Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune Hunting in the California Gold Rush. by Ann Page Stecker and Nancy Coffey Heffernan.

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Publications: WITH NANCY COFFEY HEFFERNAN: New Hampshire : Crosscurrents in Its Development, 1986; Sisters of Fortune: Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went.

Publications: WITH NANCY COFFEY HEFFERNAN: New Hampshire : Crosscurrents in Its Development, 1986; Sisters of Fortune: Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune Hunting in the California Gold Rush, 1993. Address: c/o University Press of New England, 23 South Main S. Hanover, NH 03755, . Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.

SISTERS OF FORTUNE Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune Hunting in the California Gold.

SISTERS OF FORTUNE Being the True Story of How Three Motherless Sisters Saved Their Home in New England and Raised Their Younger Brother While Their Father Went Fortune Hunting in the California Gold Rush. By Nancy Coffey Heffernan and Ann Page Stecker. University Press of New England.

by Nancy Coffey Heffernan. The daughters - Mary Elizabeth, 24, Annie, 18, and Charlotte, 16, when their father left - were conventional, upper-middle-class young women struggling to keep up appearances in a society that accorded them few rights.

brotherwhile their father went fortune hunting in the California Gold Rush by Heffernan, Nancy Coffey.

Sisters of fortune : being the true story of how three motherless sisters saved their home in New England and raised their younger brotherwhile their father went fortune hunting in the California Gold Rush. Sisters of fortune : being the true story of how three motherless sisters saved their home in New England and raised their younger brotherwhile their father went fortune hunting in the California Gold Rush. by Heffernan, Nancy Coffey.

In 1850 , James Wilson, a widowed congressman from Keene, New Hampshire, left his three daughters and young son to seek his fortune in the California gold rush. During his twelve year absence, the daughters wrote their father almost 350 letters filled with accounts of daily life and lively observations on local and national events. The daughters -- Mary Elizabeth, 24, Annie, 18, and Charlotte, 16, when their father left -- were conventional, upper-middle-class young women struggling to keep up appearances in a society that accorded them few rights. These letters and the story they tell constitute a valuable social and cultural document and offer readers a vivid description of mid-19th century American life.