Army Letters From An Officer's Wife 1871 To 1888
Their coming was so sudden we did not have a chance to get out of their way, and it so happened that Mrs. Phillips and I were in their line of march, and when the one in the lead got to us, we were pushed aside with such impatient force that we both fell over on the counter. The others passed on just the same, however, and if we had fallen to the floor, I presume they would have stepped over us, and otherwise been oblivious to our existence. This was my introduction to an Indian--the noble red man!
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Review: Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888User Review - Constance Wilkes - Goodreads
I really enjoyed reading this book. Largely because of the humor I found in the similarities to life in the the military in 1871 compared to 2013. Funny what things don't change. If you have a ... Read full review