Natchez

Natchez

A Novel of the Deep South

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
Two hundred years of an American family are seen through the eyes of four women, from Anne, whose parents carved out an empire in rich New Orleans soil, to LeeAnn, a post-Civil War daughter struggling in a changing world.

Blackwell North Amer
Natchez tells the tale of four generations of proud, strong-willed women: Anne, whose parents carved out an empire from the rich delta soil and created Graced Ground, destined to become one of the finest plantations in Louisiana; Arden, the southern belle raised in a land of prosperity and unparalleled luxury ... until the Civil War forces her to face an uncertain future as the mistress of two great plantations; Felicity, who will know the terror of the night riders, the hope and heartbreak of Reconstruction, and, finally, the joy and passion of a second chance at love; LeeAnn, who must struggle for her place in a changing world, even as she is caught between two powerful, domineering women.

Baker
& Taylor

Two hundred years of an American family is seen through the eyes of four women, from Anne, whose parents carved out an empire in rich New Orleans soil, to LeeAnn, a post-Civil War daughter struggling in a changing world

Publisher: New York : Kensington Books, c1995.
ISBN: 9780821750612
0821750615
Branch Call Number: JEK
Characteristics: x, 482 p. ; 24 cm.

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