By Margaret F. Pickett
whereas her accomplishments have been infrequent for a tender girl of the 18th century, they weren't open air the scope of what used to be anticipated of a lady at the moment. This biography, drawn from her surviving letters and different resources, chronicles Eliza Pinckney’s existence and explores the 18th century global she inhabited.
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