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A Little Maid of Bunker Hill by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Fort Pitt by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Lexington by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Maryland by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Massachusetts Colony by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Mohawk Valley by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Monmouth by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Narragansett Bay by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of New Orleans by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of New York by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Newport by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Old Connecticut by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Old Maine by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Old New York by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Old Philadelphia by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Provincetown by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Quebec by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of South Carolina by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Ticonderoga by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Vermont by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of Virginia by Alice Turner Curtis
A Little Maid of New England by Alice Turner Curtis99

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