This is an excellent story and memoirs of Elizabeth Keckley which was the slave, seamstress, and friend for many years to Mary Todd Lincoln, during the Civil War, in the White... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Pat
I'm just into this about 50 pages but find this a most interesting book. I've never read an autobiography by a former slave. Read morePublished 8 days ago by L. P. Zuber
After reading Mary Lincoln's Dressmaker, I thought it would be interesting to read the "original. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Helen F.
I ENJOYED THE BOOK. PARTICULARILY THE REFERENCES TO LINCOLN. BUT, IT'S OBVIOUS TO ME SHE DIDN'T REALLY WRITE THE BOOK. MUSTA BEEN A GHOST WRITER THERE SOMEWHERE.Published 12 days ago by FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS
Very interesting story of Elizabeth Keckley's life but also a look at Mrs Lincoln and the politicians of those days.Published 18 days ago by KW
Gives you a whole different behind the scenes look at how the Presidents wife was treated by society after her husband was murdered.Published 1 month ago by Petra Hanson