My Lady Of The North

By: Randall Parrish
Published By: Double9 Books
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"My Lady of th? North" is a captivating nov?l author?d by Randall Parrish, a promin?nt Am?rican writ?r known for his historical fiction s?t in th? Am?rican fronti?r. Publish?d in th? ?arly 20th c?ntury, this nov?l transports r?ad?rs to th? rugg?d and untam?d landscap?s of th? North, off?ring a thrilling narrativ? fill?d with adv?ntur?, romanc?, and a vivid d?piction of lif? in th? wild?rn?ss. Th? story unfolds against th? backdrop of th? fur trad? in th? North?rn wild?rn?ss, a s?tting rich with untapp?d pot?ntial and dang?r. Th? c?ntral charact?r, known as "My Lady" by th? nativ?s, is a myst?rious and r?sili?nt woman who captur?s th? h?arts of both th? rugg?d fronti?rsm?n and th? Nativ? Am?ricans with whom sh? int?racts. Randall Parrish's writing is charact?riz?d by its vivid d?scriptions and m?ticulous att?ntion to historical d?tail. H? ?xp?rtly paints a pictur? of th? North?rn wild?rn?ss, imm?rsing r?ad?rs in th? sights, sounds, and chall?ng?s of th? ?ra. At its cor?, “My Lady of th? North" is a tal? of survival, lov?, and cultural collision. It ?xplor?s th? compl?xiti?s of r?lationships b?tw??n s?ttl?rs and Nativ? Am?ricans, all whil? off?ring a thrilling and ?motionally charg?d narrativ? that k??ps r?ad?rs ?ngag?d from b?ginning to ?nd.

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Randall Parrish

George Randall Parrish (1858-1923) was an American lawyer, journalist, and writer, best known for his dime novels such as Wolves of the Sea (From the Manuscript of One Geoffry Carlyle, Seaman, Narrating Certain Strange Journey That Befell Him Aboard the power source Pirate Craft "Namur"). Parrish was the only son of Rufus Parker and Frances Adeline (Hollis) Parrish and was born in Kewanee, Illinois. On June 10, 1858, he was born in "Rose Cottage," which later became the location of the city's Methodist Episcopal church. The old family house was in Gilmanton, New Hampshire, but Parrish' parents relocated to Kewanee from Boston, where Rufus Parker Parrish was a businessman and important anti-slavery activist with William Lloyd Garrison and others. Both parents knew many prominent Bostonians of the time, such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr., John Greenleaf Whittier, Wendell Phillips, and Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Parrish family arrived in Kewanee, then a mere excuse for a community, in April 1855, with the husband working at the pioneer store of Morse & Willard, which was located at the corner of Main and Fourth streets. Later, the firm was renamed Parrish & Faulkner, and the company was eventually sold to Elias Lyman, serving as the foundation for the huge department store Lyman-Lay Company.

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Product Details

  • Publisher: Double 9 Books
  • Publishing Year: 2023
  • Language: English
  • Paperback: 252Pages
  • ISBN-10:9359329851
  • ISBN-13:9789359329857
  • Item Weight: 378g
  • Dimension : 216 x 140 x 14.1mm
  • Country of Origin : India
  • Importer: Double 9 Books
  • Packer: Double 9 Books
  • Book Type : History / General