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Ruth Fielding Down in Dixie; or, Great Times in the Land of Cotton (1916)

by Alice B. Emerson

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Ruth and Helen board a steamer bound for Virginia, where they plan to meet their friend, Nettie Parsons, and her aunt, Mrs. Rachel Parsons, and continue their journey to Mrs. Parsons' plantation in the South.  Soon after the boat departs, Ruth reads a letter from Mrs. Smith, the lady with whom they boarded after their dormitory burned, who explains that her grandson, Curly, has disappeared, and the police are after him.  Ruth and Helen are concerned; while mischievous, Curly would never commit a crime...

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