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The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor -The first Woman Settler of the Miramichi -a signed Copy (The Incredible true Story of One Much Married Woman - Blends fact and Fiction to Deliver Living History, as Imagined By Her Great-Great-Great Granddaughter )( 9 ), Armstrong, Sally (signed)

Author Name    Armstrong, Sally (signed)

Title   The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor -The first Woman Settler of the Miramichi -a signed Copy (The Incredible true Story of One Much Married Woman - Blends fact and Fiction to Deliver Living History, as Imagined By Her Great-Great-Great Granddaughter )( 9 )

Binding   Hard Cover

Book Condition   Near Fine (see description)

Jacket Condition   Near Fine (see description)

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Toronto, Ontario Toronto, ON: Random House Canada, 2007, 1st Edition, First Printing 2007

ISBN Number    0679314040 / 9780679314042

Illustrator   Photo Cover

Inscription   Signed

Seller ID   159178

-----------hardcover, a Near Fine copy in a Near Fine dustjacket, looks new, signed without inscription by the author, 397 pages, ---"The epic true story of Charlotte Taylor, as told by her great-great-great-granddaughter, one of Canada’s foremost journalists. In 1775, twenty-year-old Charlotte Taylor fled her English country house with her lover, the family’s black butler. To escape the fury of her father, they boarded a ship for the West Indies, but ten days after reaching shore, Charlotte’s lover died of yellow fever, leaving her alone and pregnant in Jamaica. Undaunted, Charlotte swiftly made an alliance with a British naval commodore, who plied a trading route between the islands and British North America, and travelled north with him. She landed at the Baie de Chaleur, in what is present-day New Brunswick, where she found refuge with the Mi’kmaq and birthed her baby. In the sixty-six years that followed, she would have three husbands, nine more children and a lifelong relationship with an aboriginal man. Charlotte Taylor lived in the front row of history, walking the same paths as the expelled Acadians, the privateers of the British-American War and the newly arriving Loyalists. In a rough and beautiful landscape, she struggled to clear and claim land, and battled the devastating epidemics that stalked her growing family. Using a seamless blend of fact and fiction, Charlotte Taylor’s great-great-great-granddaughter, Sally Armstrong, reclaims the life of a dauntless and unusual woman and delivers living history with all the drama and sweep of a novel."---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo

Miramichi

Price = 33.18 CDN




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