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A Place In Thy Memory
My poor eyes long to look abroad upon this beautiful world, and my prisoned spirit struggles to break its darkness. I would love dearly to bonnet and shawl myself and go forth to breathe the air alone, and free as the breeze that fans my brow. But as Milton once said to his favorite daughter, "It matters little whether one has a star to guide or an angel-hand to lead;" and, Lizzy, we must learn to bear, and blame not that which we cannot change. The journey of life is short....
|Title:||A Place In Thy Memory|
|Creator:||S.H. DeKroyft (author)|
|Publisher:||John F. Trow, New York|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Autobiography; Benevolence; Blind; Charity; Correspondence; Death; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Family; Food; Friendship; Grief; Identity; Music; Native American; Religion; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; Travel; Tuberculosis; Women & Gender|