Morning at Jalna

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Dundurn, 1960 - Domestic fiction - 298 pages
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Sequel to: The building of Jalna. This book is set in the time of the Civil War, when Adeline was a handsome young matron with four small children.
 

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Second in the Jalna series, by chronology. An odd plot: the Whiteoaks are visited by a southern American couple seeking refuge from the Civil War. Strong pro-slavery sentiments run throughout, though ... Read full review

Contents

l The Home in the New Country
The Visitors
Ill The Tutor
Night
A Call on Wilmott
The Meeting
The Night Provvlers
Up the River
The Golden
Events of the Fall
The Ivory
A Night Visitor
XIX Doings of the Whiteoak Children
XX Punishment
The Plan
Voyage

Counterplots
A Variety of Scenes
News from the South
Reward
Departure
The Visit Over
The Search
The Runaways
The Rescue
Tite and Belle
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