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"A richer reflection of life in early 19th-century Maryland and the Washington environs cannot be found...These superb letters are enhanced by able editing, both in footnotes and excellent essays at the beginning and end." - William Seale, Washington Post Book World
"Callcott is a superb editor; she has exhaustively researched every aspect of Calvert's life, and her introductory and concluding essays, including an account of George Calvert's relationship with a slave woman, which produced five children, contain much information of interest." - Eizabeth R. Baer, Belles Lettres
"The life of Maryland plantation society, as well as that of the capital city, come alive in Rosalie Stier Calvert's letters." - Jan Lewis, Maryland Historical Magazine
"These letters document the timeless elements of domestic life - family relationships, childbirth, illness, household chores - but they offer far more than the familiar fare of the plantation mistress." - Patricia Brady, The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography
"This superbly edited book should find a wide readership." - Sharon Hannun Seager, Journal of the Early Republic
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