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Mrs. Seton by  C.M Joseph I. Dirvin - First - 1962 - from Revue & Revalued Books  and

Mrs. Seton: Foundress of the American Sisters of Charity

by Joseph I. Dirvin, C.M

Condition: Good-/None

This book is in good condition. There is some wear to the front, back, spine and edges of the cover boards. The corners of the cover boards are bumped very badly. The previous owners name and motto is affixed to the inside of the front cover board.The pages are yellowed and tanned and there are some marking in the book.

"Elizabeth Ann Seton was wholly American. She had the blood of French, English and Dutch Colonial pioneers in her veins and was, as Father Dirvin states in the first chapter of this biography, of "rooted American stock"; both of her parents and two of her grandparents were born here.When our great Republic was born, she became a charter American citizen...." - Foreword from Mrs. Seton: Foundress of the American Sisters of Charity


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