A Proper Woman

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Language: English

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Several diplomatic problems, American aspirations to annex Canada, and the impressment of American sailors by the British navy led to the War of 1812. A nameless narrator probes his past, beginning with his grandparents just before World War I. The Oysterband does some traditional material but mostly sticks to what they do best, and that is make great music. Cromwell's conquest was the most brutal phase of the war.

Pages: 192

Publisher: St. Martin's Press (June 15, 1987)

ISBN: 0312006721

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