Amanda Minnie Douglas Books

Sort by [ Popularity | Published | Titles ]

A Little Girl In Old Boston

  [english | 1898]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... of the new country, and many discussions as to future policy. So, Aunt Priscilla, I'll beau you home, said he unless you have a mind to stay all ...... not ashamed of, to be sure, but family isn't everything. Behaving counts.. Aunt Priscilla took off her bon and shawl, and hung them in the best ...... around Boston shore.. Let it be summer time, then, rejoined Betty. Or, like the ...]
Genres: [history | young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 243

A Little Girl In Old Detroit

  [english | 1902]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... In fact the English, as the French had before them, cherished dreams of recovering the territory, which would be in all time to come an important center ...... the other side of the globe of which we know very little.. The other side. Her eyes opened wide in surprise, and a little crease deepened in the ...... had been considerable emigration of better class people and more ...]
Genres: [young readers | fiction and literature | historyDownloads: 38

A Little Girl In Old New York

  [english | 1896]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Summary: [A Little Girl In Old New York by Amanda Millie Douglas. This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks notations marginalia and flawed pages.]
Genres: [history | young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 375

A Little Girl In Old Philadelphia

  [english | 1890]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... not ornament. Thou art to do with thy might whatsoever comes in thy way.. True, Friend Henry. But a clean room may abound in virtue as well as ...... full of young people now, with two or three men in military costume, so they drove around to the side entrance. Mistress Janice was busy ordering refreshments ...... for Anabella to share Primrose Henry's teachers with no extra charge....]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 206

A Little Girl In Old Quebec

  [english | 1906]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... fought for the dead King. And Paris-why, you cannot imagine anything like it.. Ah, but we are going to have new France here. And perhaps ...... only to get well.. Mre Dubray's face was alight with joy. The child smiled faintly. And the Sieur de Champlain. she asked. Oh, he is as busy ...... that thought. Something new had come in her life now. There was a vague, confused idea of ...]
Genres: [history | young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 291

A Little Girl In Old Salem

  [english | 1908]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... though the business this side of the world cannot be settled in some time. I send her with a trusty maid and Captain Corwin, because I do not want her ...... me and make chains out of shells, and make bracelets and anklets, and dance. And she used to go to the Sahibs' house and dance with snakes. I'm afraid ...... I believe, are given largely to falsehood, and she has lived among ...]
Genres: [young readers | history | fiction and literatureDownloads: 198

A Little Girl Of Long Ago

  [english | 1897]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... in the world that I am glad to live and be among them, if I can't ever be quite straight and strong.. My dear child. Doctor Joe's eyes said the ...... my thinking, he added, when he saw how disappointed the little girl looked. And, oh. see here, Mr. Willis is handsome and Gaylord Clark, and there ...... I've heard lambs make a dozen different sounds.. The little girl laughed. She ...]
Genres: [history | young readers | fiction and literatureDownloads: 404

A Modern Cinderella

  [english | 1913]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... white and not rough and red. I am very glad you are here Cinderella, I hope you will have a happy time. You look so.. Oh I know I shall. She ...... best to make them talk. They each had a rubber doll and the child would dance them up and down and make them turn somersaults and stand on their heads, ...... to send him off somewhere in the country where there were no children. She ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 207

Floyd Grandon Honor

  [english | 1883]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... was a centre for the most entertaining discussions. Mrs. Garth had a decided gift for music, and was a well-balanced, cultivated woman. They lingered ...... But how quaint and pretty you are up here.. The sleeping chamber is done up in white, gold, and blue, and in very tolerable order. This middle room ...... work, if I must give my time, interest, and money, I shall have to know ...]
Genres: [romanceDownloads: 351

Helen Grant Schooldays

  [english | 1903]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... field mowing with father and the man. Nathan, next in age, was most enthusiastic about the good time they had, only if there'd been a treat like a ...... good and hard. See how quick you can get through.. Aunt Jane always said this Saturday morning. Just as if I couldn't remember when I've done it ...... blue. Then, there was the striped white skirt of Jenny's she meant to make ...]
Genres: [young readersDownloads: 242

Hope Mills

  [english | 1879]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... with his sisters' governess, when he rebelled, and insisted upon his boy's prerogative of going to school. Here he met and loved Jack Darcy. Jack ...... all the rest of her life but there came a very persistent wooer, and madame succumbed a second time to the destiny of women. Sylvie Barry was ...... destiny, she had not lost faith in it though she had held out her hand to the ...]
Genres: [fiction and literatureDownloads: 63

The Girls At Mount Morris

  [english | 1914]  

Amanda Minnie Douglas

Excerpts: [... I couldn't have done it.. Was it education that gave one the power, the sense of what was appropriate, or some underlying fact that she dared ...... pocket in the side of her skirt and she felt for that. There was the remainder of her trip ticket and some money. She had only put a small amount in ...... is as rich as any of their fathers. Only I wish I was real handsome.. Oh, my ...]
Genres: [fiction and literature | young readersDownloads: 404