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ISBN: 1594628750

ISBN13: 9781594628757

Her Father's Daughter

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Gene Stratton-Porte was an American author, amateur naturalist, wildlife photographer, and one of the earliest women to form a movie studio and production company. She wrote some of the best selling novels and well-received columns in magazines of the day.Her last novel,Her Father's Daughter, was set in Los Angeles, California to which she had moved in the 1920s to expand her business ventures into the movie industry. She was engaged in the planning...

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Remember when it was written

Just the info about the desert plants should make this a book to read. Yes the romance is a little hokey. Many of you say it is racist but you have to remember when it was written. I think she was way ahead of her time and was right to try and make people aware that people from another country were using free education in our schools here to infiltrate. Isn't that just what happened before 911? Didn't they train at our colleges and flight schools. Didn't we, for free, show them how to do this? When you read a period piece you have to read it as just that and remember what period you are reading about.It was written in 1921. And what happened exactly 20 years later? umm Pearl Harbor? the 911 of the 40's?? If for nothing else at least read the parts about the desert. Gene Stratton-Porter was a wonderful conservationist and far ahead of her time.
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