A Bundle of Yarns
by Fred W. Shibley
Publisher: Providence 1899
Number of pages: 272
An odd and unique 'bundle' of short stories, some written in the first person other in the third-person. They tell of life in Rhode Island from the early to late 1800's. Written in the vernacular of New England speech, it makes for an interesting read.
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