Dorothy’s mother leaves the infant Dorothy the care of John and Martha Wellington, who raise the abandoned Dorothy as their own daughter. Young age Archibald Wellington stows away on board a steamer ship bound for America in order to escape his abusive step-father. The two youngsters grow up together at at Sunnybrook Farm.
Written by “Mrs. Georgie Sheldon” (Sarah Elizabeth Forbush Downs 1843–1926), and copyright 1894, and 1910 by Street and Smith.
Transcribed and edited by Jeffrey Merrow. 42 Chapters, 320 pages, 125,00 words.