Hitty: Her First Hundred Years

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Macmillan Co., 1989 - Antiques & Collectibles - 207 pages
Hitty's story begins in Maine in the early 1800's where she is transformed from a piece of sturdy mountain ash wood into the valued playmate of a young girl named Phoebe. When the pair joins Phoebe's father on a journey aboard his whaling ship, Hitty's one hundred years of exciting adventure begins and she has many adventures as she travels around the world with different owners.

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User Review  - ChazziFrazz - LibraryThing

I remember reading this in elementary school. When I found this copy I thought I'd re-read it. Hitty, short for Mehitable, is a small doll carved out of mountain ash wood. Her face, hair and shoes are ... Read full review

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User Review  - foggidawn - LibraryThing

In the early 1800's, a peddler carves a doll for a little girl of his acquaintance out of a sturdy piece of mountain ash wood. The doll is painted and dressed and given the name Mehitabel -- Hitty ... Read full review

Contents

In Which I Begin My Memoirs
1
In Which I Go Up in the World and Am Glad to Come Down Again
17
In Which I Travel by Land and Sea 80
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