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Old Lady Number 31 by Louise Forsslund
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Francis Colburn Adams was an American miscellaneous writer, formerly living in Charleston, South Carolina, who wrote under various pseudonyms, including A Cavalryman, Justia, a Knownothing and Pheleg Van Trusedale. His works include: Manuel Pereira; or, The Sovereign Rule of South Carolina (1853), Our World; or, The Slaveholders Daughter (written as A Cavalryman) (1855), Our World; or, The Democrats Rule (written as Justia, a Knownothing) (1855), Justice in the By-Ways: A Tale of Life (1856), The Life and Adventures of Maj. Roger Sherman Potter (written as Trusedale) (1858), An Outcast; or, Virtue and Faith (1861), A Troopers Adventures in the War for the Union (written as A Cavalryman) (1864), The Story of a Trooper: With Much Concerning the Campaign on the Peninsula (1865), Siege of Washington, D.C. (1867) and The Von Toodleburgs; or, The History of a Very Distinguished Family (1868).
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January 1st, 2009
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United States
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