4 edition of The night-rider"s daughter found in the catalog.
The night-rider"s daughter
Annie Somers Gilchrist
|Other titles||The night riders daughter.|
|Statement||by Annie Somers Gilchrist ...|
|Series||American fiction -- reel 68, no. 632.|
|Contributions||Staggs, S. E., Marshall & Bruce Co.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 240 p.,  leaves of plates|
|Number of Pages||240|
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The Night-Rider's Daughter (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Janu by Annie Somers Gilchrist (Author)Author: Annie Somers Gilchrist. As the step-daughter of a Caldwell County tobacco farmer, I picked up this book with a general interest in learning about the history of the area I was growing up in.
While reading this capivating novel I was relegated with additional details about the Night Rider stops in Cerulean, KY at a barn nearby my previous grandfather in-law's home/5(4). The Legend of the Nightriders Paperback – April 5, several kinds of night riders form an important part of the picture.
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It is a silent book about a road trip with a frog and a mouse that gets stranger and stranger, and maybe a little creepy, edging into the worlds of alternative and art comics/5. The Night Riders of Harpers Ferry. (White Mane Kids #2) In the weeks preceding the Battle of Antietam Creek,Solomon Hargreave, along with the rest of the newly formed 8th New York Cavalry Regiment, had to adjust to life in the army/5.
Night Rider (novel) Night Rider is the first novel by American author Robert Penn Warren. It was published in the United States in The book's main character, Percy Munn, is a young lawyer involved in a fictionalized version of the Black Patch Tobacco Wars, which took place in Kentucky and Tennessee in the early years of the twentieth : Robert Penn Warren.
Night Rider. Warren's first novel, set during the tobacco wars that raged in Kentucky and Tennessee in the early part of this century. Percy Munn is one of Warren's innocent idealists whose delusions become murderous as he attempts to define himself by action in the unfolding violence around him/5.
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In the story, the night riders were akin to members of the Ku Klux Klan (white supremacists) who wore white hoods and terrorized African-Americans. This group gained power in the southern states of the U.S. after the American Civil War.
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The Night Riders was the name given by the press to the militant faction of tobacco farmers during a popular resistance to the monopolistic practices of the American Tobacco Company of James B.
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A print of the film is housed at the Based on: The Humming Bird, by Maude Fulton. Martin tells them they don’t go up themselves much as the raccoons have made a nest, and the night riders leave.
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