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The girl with spunk

Judith St. George - Juvenile Fiction - 1975 - 143 pages
When Josie loses her job due to gossip, she realizes that the woman's rights convention could help her start a new life.
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Betsy Ross: Patriot of Philadelphia

Judith St. George - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1997 - 118 pages
The personal struggles of the woman generally credited with having created the first American flag are set against the backdrop of the colonists' fight for independence.
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John & Abigail Adams: an American love story

Judith St. George - Biography & Autobiography - 2001 - 147 pages
Explores the unique partnership of American statesman John Adams and his wife Abigail, using excerpts from the couples letters.
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The secret in the old house

Judith St. George - Detective and mystery stories - 1976 - 234 pages
What seems a harmless enough trip to the family's ancestral home on a Maine island turns into something much more dangerous for thirteen-year-old Kim.
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Call me Margo

Judith St. George - Sports & Recreation - 1981 - 173 pages
In yet another new school, a shy 15-year-old has difficulty adjusting to her first boarding school, especially since the tennis team is hostile toward her.
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The Panama Canal: Gateway to the World

Judith St. George - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1989 - 159 pages
Presents a history of the Panama Canal from the time Columbus first anchored off the coast of Panama through the signing of the 1977 United States-Panama treaties.
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The Halo Wind

Judith St. George - Chinook Indians - 1978 - 156 pages
A young girl begins to wonder if a Chinook companion is causing or alleviating hardships a group of pioneers experiences on its way to Oregon.
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The Amazing Voyage of the New Orleans

Judith St. George - Biography & Autobiography - 1980 - 62 pages
Recounts the voyage in 1811 of the "New Orleans", the first steamboat to travel down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, a trip fraught with dangers including North America's most ...
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