JOURNAL OF RESIDENCE ON A GEORGIA PLANTATION IN 1838-39

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By Frances Anne Kemble. Published by Harpers & Brothers, New York 1863. 337 pp. Burgundy blind-stamped buckram, 8 x 5.5”, gilt spine lettering. Fine, with very slight sunning of spine. Frances Anne Kemble was a notable English actress who lived on a Georgia Sea Island plantation as the wife of Pierce Mease Butler, from who she separated in 1847. Her journal had a wide private reading during the 1850s but was not published until the war. Highly regarded Ante-Bellum memoir. Scarce in this condition.

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