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Lydia of the Pines

by Honoré Willsie Morrow

Wholesome picture of town and university life in the middle-west and the development of a charming girl from her early school days to her senior year in college. The confiscation of lands from Indians on a near-by reservation and how Lydia is involved in the issues is one of the interesting features of the story.

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