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Lady King's One Hundred Daughters single work   poetry   "They lie in rows with two to a bed"
Issue Details: First known date: 1996... 1996 Lady King's One Hundred Daughters
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  • Author's note: In 1803, Governor king and his wife, Anna Josepha, set up an Orphan House to accommodate a hundred single girls. These children were either orphans or the offspring of undesirable parents.

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