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This was a interesting book of a slave who was freed and worked in Washington as a dressmaker. She also was a friend to Mrs. Lincoln. A different look on a slaves tale.Published 8 days ago by B. J. Hill
Found insight into Lincoln, Mary Todd and life at that time. It was difficult to read because of the sentence structure. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Lifes adventurer
Very interesting book. Should be manditory reading for American history.Published 13 days ago by David L.
This book was a real page-turner. Couldn't put it down....and then, it ended! Not sure why she quit writing when she did, but a little more information would have made it a real... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca
This book interested me because I had only heard of Mary Lincoln being crazy. This account made her seem more human. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rebecca Meadows
I enjoyed the book very much. Great additional reading when studying Mrs. Lincoln.Published 1 month ago by chris
Love reading about the history of our nation..more people of today should read and remember...how our nation came to bePublished 2 months ago by Margaret Shuffstall
I really enjoyed reading this book! It was as if I were there at that particular era the author was very good it was real to life!Published 2 months ago by Deloris Hall