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What glorious times they had : Nellie McClung

a satire

by Diane Grant

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Published by Simon & Pierre Pub. Co. in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Diane Grant and Co.
SeriesCanplay series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS8563R3412 W5
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19711650M
ISBN 100889240485

The Purple Springs district was going through a period of intense excitement. Housework languished, dough ran over, dish-water cooled. The news which paralyzed household operations came shortly after one o’clock, when Mrs. Cowan phoned to Mrs. Brownless that the teacher had just been in, and said she was going to board with the woman who lived alone. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Three Times and Out, by Nellie L. McClung This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. this book is dedicated. They had been served with a ration of war-bread, and several of the boys offered me a share of their scanty allowance, but the first mouthful.

What Glorious Times They Had – Nellie McClung, March 27 – Ap Theatre Sheridan. Surely there has never been a spring more filled with portent in the history of . NELLIE L. McCLUNG CONTENTS I. THE DAY BEFORE II. THE DAY III. THE HOUSE OF CLAY IV. TANGLED THREADS The thought of this day had gone with her in the three years that had passed, like a radiant gleam, a glorious presence that brightened and about the bad times they had even as late as last evening. There's.

Author: McClung, Nellie Letitia () Date of first publication: Before the men of the family had left for the West, a farm for sale was offered to us, Louis Pruden’s farm on the river-bank—four chains wide, as all the farms were, and four miles long—laid out in this way to provide river frontage for everyone and to make it. The Next of Kin FOREWORD ToC. It was a bleak day in November, with a thick, gray sky, and a great, noisy, blustering wind that had a knack of facing you, no matter which way you were going; a wind that would be in ill-favor anywhere, but in northern Alberta, where the wind is not due to blow at all, it was what the really polite people call "impossible.".


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Nellie McClung (Octo –September 1, ) was a Canadian women's suffragette and temperance advocate. She became famous as one of the "Famous Five" Alberta women who initiated and won the Persons Case to have women recognized as persons under the BNA was also a popular novelist and author.

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