Celia Garth: A Story of Charleston in the Revolution


Bristow tells the story of a young dressmaker living in Charleston, South Carolina during the American Revolution. The King's army captured Charleston in 1780, leaving a trail of blood and treachery. Swept up in the ruin were Celia and her friends. Most people thought the Revolution lost, but then, out of the swamps appeared Francis Marion, a man nobody could catch. Celia became a spy for Marion; she sewed and smiled while secretly sending him information.


Gwen Bristow 

2004, cloth, 6x9, 320 pp.

ISBN: 1877853585