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The Diaries of Sarah Jane and Emma Ann Foster — Reilly '67

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Edited by Wayne E. Reilly, Class of 1967

In 1864, two young women from Gray, Maine, kept diaries in Portland, New Gloucester, and Raymond that provide a view of the life of a rural working-class family in the waning months of the Civil War. While the war raged to the South, and the politicians debated the great issues of the day, Sarah Jane Foster and her younger sister, Emma Ann, were confronting important crises of their own having to do with their quest for economic self-sufficiency, and spiritual peace of mind.

-From the back cover.

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