An army woman in the Philippines; extracts from letters of an army officer
270 pages
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An army woman in the Philippines; extracts from letters of an army officer's wife, describing her personal experiences in the Philippine Islands

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ArmyWomanAn m PHILIPPINETHE andlheEAREASI PHlLiPPtKES JAPAN Digitized tine Internet Arciiiveby in 2007 witii funding from IVIicrosoft Corporation littp://www.arcliive.org/details/armywomaninpliiliOOsliuniala Agafia,A Palm-tree Driveway, Guam AN ARMY WOMAN IN THE PHILIPPINES Extracts Lettersfrom an Armyof Officer's Wife, Describing Her Personal Experiences in the Philippine Islands. By CAROLINE S. SHUNK Ip 1914. FRANKLIN HUDSON PUBLISHING CO. Kansas Citt, Missouri. DEDICATED TO M. C. TO WHOM THESE LETTERS WERE WRITTEN, Copyright, 1916, CAROLINE S. SHUNKBy s S3 3 o > o 6C PUBLISHERS' PREFACE. While many books have been written on the Philip- pines and the East generally since the American occupa- tion, it has been a woman's task to finally give to the reading public insight,a home such as only a woman can give, the life in the Orient. That intimate personalto thoughtstouch, that will appeal to the reader, are the of woman another without expectationone conveyed to that the letters were finally to be put in book form—it is the daily life of an Army officer's wife. That these letters were not written for publication enhances their value, because of the kind and quality of the information given. After a reading of the manuscript, a well-known critic expressed the following opinion : "They are delight- ful, vivid, interesting, and charmingly written." ^036303 ROUTE.EN San Francisco, February, 1909.

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Nombre de lectures 10
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 10 Mo

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PHILIPPINETHE
andlheEAREASI
PHlLiPPtKES
JAPANDigitized tine Internet Arciiiveby
in 2007 witii funding from
IVIicrosoft Corporation
littp://www.arcliive.org/details/armywomaninpliiliOOsliunialaAgafia,A Palm-tree Driveway, GuamAN ARMY WOMAN
IN THE
PHILIPPINES
Extracts Lettersfrom an Armyof Officer's Wife,
Describing Her Personal Experiences in
the Philippine Islands.
By CAROLINE S. SHUNK
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1914.
FRANKLIN HUDSON PUBLISHING CO.
Kansas Citt, Missouri.DEDICATED TO M. C.
TO WHOM THESE LETTERS WERE WRITTEN,
Copyright, 1916,
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