By Irene Bennett Brown |
Once a refined southern lady, Aurelia Symington has become a work-toughened and competent plains woman. After being selected by the Paragon Springs town company to be its president, Aurelia embarks on the task of promoting and organizing the town. Will she be able to attract the railroad and win Paragon Springs the county seat? Can she win out against a threatening land grabber, the 1890s depression, and a loss of population to the Cherokee Run, or is this the death-knell of Paragon Springs?
316 pages, 5.75 x 8.75 inches, softcover