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Leaves That Did Not Wither (edition 2009)

by Margery Kisby Warder

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Title:Leaves That Did Not Wither
Authors:Margery Kisby Warder
Info:Xulon Press (2009), Paperback, 288 pages
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This novel based on research into the times and lives of the author's great-grandparents, Esther Copsey and Emanuel Kisbey, in England and America. Esther kept Civil War letters for her descendants and her great-granddaughter now shares them with the world. Lives of unnoticed English Americans unfold with quaintness, humor, and storytelling into a tale perhaps not unlike circumstances of many who settled the U.S. in the nineteenth century.… (more)

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