The Lake of the Red Cedars; Or, Will It Live? Thirty Years in Lake

The Lake of the Red Cedars; Or, Will It Live? Thirty Years in Lake

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1880 edition. Excerpt: ...met together then, and one son from Michigan, out of the reach of telegraph lines, came and called on Mrs. Ball some weeks afterwards. Soon there was a breaking up of that new home, and few of those ten have ever met since. Eva's home on Prince Edward's Island with her husband and children has been mentioned. Belle is now Mrs. B. S. Barnes, in Washington, D. C. Alice is Mrs. T. G. Brown, the wife of a banker in Louisville, Kentucky. Charles Weatherbe is a lawyer at Atlanta, Georgia, where he has married a fine Southern lady. William C. Weatherbe is at Apache Pass, Arizona Territory. Dr. Ernest Weatherbe, who has traveled over many states and territories, who graduated at New Orleans, is a dentist having an office in Chicago where part of his time is spent. In January, 1868, an editorial in the paper published by the Institute contained the following, after mentioning that Eva had gone to Halifax: "May peace be with thee, Eva, and blessings on thy young head rest. Not forgotten in that far away province of the British queen will this spot be, for here reposes thy loved father's dust." And true to the instincts of that heart, she, the youngest daughter, has written here to inquire about the resting place of trfat dust. Where it reposes, in the Ofown Point cemetery, Judge Weatherbe of Halifax ought to erect a monument. We return to the Institute life. Four members of the Dinwiddie family were students at the Institute. The sleigh rides to Plum Grove and the night when one party was lost upon the then open prairie will not be forgotten easily by some members of that party of students and teachers. The Plum Grove home was ever a delightful place to which to go. The Pierian Society connected with the Institute and its Paper the Castalian, more

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  • Paperback | 74 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 150g
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236581520
  • 9781236581525