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by Inglis Clark Fletcher


Toil of the Brave Hardcover – June 1, 1976. by Inglis Clark Fletcher (Author). I picked this up to replace an older copy that has seen better days.

Toil of the Brave Hardcover – June 1, 1976.

Toil of the Brave book. Novel starts on the river plantation in North Carolina of Senator. As a child she preferred reading, debating, and writing novels to other pastimes, but it Inglis Clark Fletcher was widely traveled, but the home of her maternal ancestors-coastal North Carolina-provided the stuff of her successful fiction and the home of her later years. The eldest of three children, Fletcher grew up in Edwardsville, Illinois, a small town populated by many displaced Southerners.

Inglis Clark Fletcher. The fledgling settlement at the mouth of the Cape Fear is menaced by pirates in this novel set in the early 1700s. Blackbeard, working out of his base on Ocracoke Island, hinders the overseas trade that Huguenot refugee Robert Fontaine hopes will bring prosperity to Carolina coast. The action moves back and forth between Europe and points in the New World.

by. Fletcher, Inglis, 1879-1969.

TOIL OF THE BRAVE (Carolina Chronicles, Book 6).

LUSTY WIND/CAROLINA (The Carolina Chronicles, Book 4).

Inglis Clark Fletcher was widely traveled, but the home of her maternal ancestors-coastal North Carolina-provided the stuff of her successful fiction and the home of. .Lusty Wind for Carolina (1944). Toil of the Brave (1946). Bennett's Welcome (1950).

Inglis Clark Fletcher was widely traveled, but the home of her maternal ancestors-coastal North Carolina-provided the stuff of her successful fiction and the home of her later years. As a child she preferred reading, debating, and writing novels to other pastimes, but it was her drawing talent that sent her to study as a teenager at the St. Louis School of Fine Arts at Washington University.

Historical records matching Inglis Fletcher. Minna Towner Inglis Fletcher (born Clark). In the best sense, the books were "popular" historical novels. Mrs. Fletcher was a Democrat and an Episcopalian. In 1964 she donated her oil portrait by the North Carolina artist William C. Fields to Fletcher Hall at East Carolina University on the occasion of the dedication of a new woman's dormitory named for her.

ISBN 10: 0553138111 ISBN 13: 9780553138115. Publisher: Bantam Books, 1986.

Gaeuney
Inglis Fletcher is a long time favorite of mine. I picked this up to replace an older copy that has seen better days.
Alsardin
Set on the coast of North Carolina during the revolution, this book mixes real history with interesting characters to make the story come alive. Two men working for opposite sides, one for the British and one for the colonists, have a relationship with the same woman. Their relationship comes to a climax during the battle at King's mountain. Mrs. Fletcher knew the area and the history intimately and writes with skill that is not dated. Planters living near swamps using boats for transportation with descriptions of the plants and animals, open door hospitality, and later divisions within the characters as they are forced to decide whether to support the British or join the colonist when war reaches their homes. This is an excellent choice for those who like historical fiction.
Toil of the Brave ebook
Author:
Inglis Clark Fletcher
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Genre Fiction
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1412 kb
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Publisher:
Amereon Ltd; 1st edition (June 1, 1976)
Pages:
547 pages
Rating:
4.9
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