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Then later the experiences of a Southern woman during the Civil War, "within the lines." This long retrospect of mine, a retrospect of eighty years, portrays faithfully life in the South as it was in ante-bellum times, and afterward in her mourning vestments.
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Grace Elizabeth King (Novem – Janu ) was an American author of Louisiana stories, history, and biography, and a leader in historical and literary activities. King began her literary career as a response to George Washington Cable's negative portrayal of Louisiana Creoles.
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