Sarah Faith Anderson: Her Book

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Abstract

**Warning: Some of the language or characterizations in this book are the product of the time when this book was written, and are no longer considered acceptable.**

Living in St. Augustine with her family, Sarah Faith writes of her many adventures and encounters in her very own diary! She writes of vibrant nature, interesting people, and unique experiences. 100 years later, Mary Martha must travel to Florida herself and go where her great-grandmother,  Sarah Faith once did, finding her diary in the process.

Local locations visited or mentioned include, but are not limited to Anastasia Island, the Governor's House (Governor's House Cultural Center and Museum), Fort Marion (the Castillo de San Marcos), the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, and the Fountain of Youth.

Identifier

SPECIAL PZ7 .G1842 Sar 1939

Access Rights

This item is part of Special Collections and is accessible by appointment-only.

Creator

Title

Sarah Faith Anderson: Her Book
Mrs. Garner signed and inscribed this copy.

Publisher

New York: Julian Messner, Inc.

Date

Format

Hardcover book

Language

English

Subject

Historical
Race Relations
Youth

Coverage

1912-1975
Florida Territory

Accrual Method

Purchased

References

Gardner, Janette C. An Annotated Bibliography of Florida Fiction, 1801-1980. St. Petersburg, FL: Little Bayou Press, 1983.

Mason, Walter Scott. The People of Florida as Portrayed in American Fiction. Nashville, TN: George Peabody College for Teachers, 1949.

McCarthy, Kevin. M. “Historical St. Augustine in Fiction.” El Escribano 15 (1978): 61-69.

Bibliographic Citation

Garner, Elvira. Sarah Faith Anderson: Her Book. New York: Julian Messner, Inc., 1939.

Citation

Elvira Garner, “Sarah Faith Anderson: Her Book,” St. Augustine Fiction, accessed July 17, 2024, https://staugustinefiction.omeka.net/items/show/212.

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