Be Ever Hopeful, Hannalee
In 1865 with the war recently over, fourteen-year-old Hannalee and her recently reunited family decide to start a new life in Atlanta where, because of the need to rebuild the devastated city, jobs are plentiful. Sequel to "Turn Homeward, Hannalee".
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Chapter One Daveys Decision
Chapter Two On Our Way
Chapter Four A Real Bad Place
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