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Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady, R.M.S.… (original 1998; edition 1998)

by Ellen Emerson White (Author)

Series: Dear America (20th Cen. Disasters: RMS Titanic, 1912), Dear America Re-issue - Publication Order (4), Dear America - Publication Order (11), Dear America Collections (Dear America: 20th Cen. Immigration, 1912), My Story: Girls (1912), My Story (1912)

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In her diary in 1912, thirteen-year-old Margaret Ann describes how she leaves her lonely life in a London orphanage to become a companion to a wealthy American woman, sails on the Titanic, and experiences its sinking.
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Title:Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady, R.M.S. Titanic 1912 (Dear America Series)
Authors:Ellen Emerson White (Author)
Info:Scholastic Inc. (1998), Edition: Library Binding, 197 pages
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Voyage on the Great Titanic: The Diary of Margaret Ann Brady: RMS Titanic, 1912 by Ellen Emerson White (1998)

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This book gives fictional dairy entries about the Titanic and the life that she went through during this time in life. This is the diary of Margaret Ann Brady. In her diary in 1912, thirteen-year-old Margaret Ann describes how she leaves her lonely life in a London orphanage to become a companion to a wealthy American woman, sails on the Titanic, and experiences its sinking. This book is intended for grades level 4-10, and can be used in any social studies or history class where the students are learning of the time period of 1912 or learning about the Titanic and what the people went through during that time. ( )
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I feel rather a fool writing down my thoughts, but this evening, Sister Catherine made the very firm suggestion that I start keeping a diary - and handed me a brand-new tablet from the supply closet for that very purpose.
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In her diary in 1912, thirteen-year-old Margaret Ann describes how she leaves her lonely life in a London orphanage to become a companion to a wealthy American woman, sails on the Titanic, and experiences its sinking.
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