The Letters of Kate Duncan Smith and John Harrington, 1894-1907

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[DHB-501]

This fascinating book is a collection of transcribed correspondence between Kate Duncan Smith and John Harrington regarding the genealogy of the Harrington family. It provides a fascinating insight to the period, and the style of writing, word usage and phraseology is a treat to the reader. Kate Duncan Smith was an early member and long-time officer of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Because of her dedication to the National and Alabama Societies of the DAR, the Alabama Society established the Kate Duncan Smith DAR School, located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in northeast Alabama. The current annual enrollment of 1100 students includes kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school students. John Harrington’s epistle contains much information on the Revolutionary War years.

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[DHB-501]

This fascinating book is a collection of transcribed correspondence between Kate Duncan Smith and John Harrington regarding the genealogy of the Harrington family. It provides a fascinating insight to the period, and the style of writing, word usage and phraseology is a treat to the reader. Kate Duncan Smith was an early member and long-time officer of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Because of her dedication to the National and Alabama Societies of the DAR, the Alabama Society established the Kate Duncan Smith DAR School, located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in northeast Alabama. The current annual enrollment of 1100 students includes kindergarten, elementary, middle, and high school students. John Harrington’s epistle contains much information on the Revolutionary War years.

ISBN: 0-937194-42-5, 2000, Hardcover, 103 pages