Sally Wister's journal: a true narrative : being a Quaker maiden's account of her experiences with officers of the Continental Army, 1777-1778
"In 1775, the British invaded Philadelphia. Sally Wister, a sixteen-year-old girl, was sent to the countryside to avoid harm. During her time there, in order to keep a friend up-to-date, she kept a journal. This lively diary has not been available to the book-buying public in nearly a hundred y...
|Main Author:||Wister, Sarah, 1761-1804.|
Bedford, Mass. :
1994 or 1995