Mam' Lyddy's Recognition
Thomas Nelson Page
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This book is writen in french family all her life as her mother and grandmother had been before her. She had rocked on her ample bosom the best part of three generations. Among the most obnoxious of the colored leaders was one Amos Brown, a young negro with some education, who to the gift of fluency added enough shrewdness to become a leader. The weeks that followed, and Mam' Lyddy's immersion in "Siciety" began apparently to justify Mr. Graeme's prophecy. A marked change had taken place in the old woman's dress, and no less a change had taken place in herself. She began to go out a good deal, and her manner was quite new.